Did you notice? I don't have enough brownie points to share if you did. When I built my first online portfolio ever, I had just learned HTML and basic scripting. Bootstrap JQuery to be exact. I was so proud to have built my own online portfolio from scratch. Then I started working as a visual designer and didn't stick to code and I couldn't keep up with my portfolio. Friends had switched theirs to squarespace to come across modern and trendy. I joined with them and got lazy. I had zero of my personality in the website and now I was too far from where I knew code to be able to do cool stuff and too reliant on squarespace which doesn't give much design freedom. I've been learning Wix in my current daytime role and it made sense to rebuild my site from sort of scratch. It always felt weird adding blog posts to a website that was all clean grid. It feels more comfortable here to throw some stuff in a digital space and move on. I want this website to be a bucket under my leaky brain, but let's be real, I'm not gonna be on here often.
This said, I could re-write all of my previous blog posts and change their dates n shit. I'm still trying to decide if I want to carry that "ross" with. Idk, we'll see.