Turning The Page
As time passes by, we change. We keep on evolving during our entire life, one could say maturing. And after 4 years I felt that my blog also needed to evolve. It started out with a new logo and it ended with an entire redesign. A complete rebuild from the ground up and the best part is that it's mobile-friendly!
This post is kinda like my personal ship launching ceremony. Of course my blog isn't a ship, but I wanted to celebrate the makeover of Reindeer in Distress and what better way to do it, than to share it with all of you.
On a side-note: I have a lot of "old" posts that currently aren't available anymore, but they will be once I converted them to the new format. They need manual adjusting, so they will pop up again one by one.
The other thing I really wanted to talk about is that I am going on a new trip to London!
It's more or less my first solo trip, so I am a bit nervous about it. I will stay in London for a couple of weeks with as main goal: to view things from a different perspective (angle) and to discover what my future options are. Clear my mind, (re)discover, focus and march on towards the next chapter in my life.
This means that I am available for hire or on the lookout for new opportunities as they say.
I have always been a big believer of finding a place where you feel like you belong or at least where I feel motivated, inspired curious and adventurous. Up until now I only had one job in my entire career that fits the description. It's needless to say that I won't stop believing in it though.
I probably mentioned this in one of my previous posts, London is a city that ever since my first visit kept on fascinating me. I have always felt attracted to it in some way. And during my studies a very good friend and me, talked a lot about how it would be living and working there.
So when the opportunity to go and stay in London presented itself, I grabbed it with both hands.
What will you do?
Mostly networking, exploring coffeeshops, expanding my skills and certainly have some fun. Tips about events I should be attending or people I should be meeting, are more than welcome.
Before I sign off, I would like to say that if you have any remarks about my new design or my trip to London, feel free to contact me.