The Indulging, Obligatory Reflection of 2011

Where I talk bluntly about some of the events of 2011 and how I’d handled the adversity.

Loving and Hating The Internet Crossroads

I had put a lot of my personal projects aside to focus on my main client and consulting business. By the end of 2011, I had no main source of income. I struggle with consultancy (as the anxiety causes self doubt).

I also learned that anxiety and uncertaintly don’t always lead to the smartest business decisions.

The Uncertainty of Change: When Evolution and Career F*ck-Ups Collide

In this post, I share my experiences transitioning to a different type of freelance business after stepping away from my main communities and losing my professional identity.

New Beginnings and Second Chances

The year I really cracked it with the internet marketing and decided to just focus on working for digital marketing clients.

Knowing when it is time to let go.

The point where I realised that I couldn’t just step back from internet marketing. I had to remove myself from the community to improve my mental health. This sucked at the time.

I’ve been a shitty blogger

I wrote this at a time where I had been fighting my illness and working towards recovery, and was feeling like I was getting nowhere.

No Job and Soon, No House. Fun Times

The sheer panic of having no financial security and realising that I had so many barriers to work. In retrospect, 2014/2015 was the start of my anxiety relapse.