Resuming the Progress
So it's time to return to the desk and resume the very important stuff. My move has come together really well. I bought some more bits for my new abode and I feel happy with the directions taken. Anyway I'm finally relieved it has passed.
One of my reasons for moving to particular area which is in Kemsley, north of Sittingbourne is the access to a country park and quite a few places to capture the skies. While I have my training geared using my Warhammer 40k, I feel I need to have a secondary site that is more a recreational repositry. I've considered reviewing content and make sure it can follow a similar pattern to that on Instagram.
Both hobbies are areas that I can really work with and in particular with the Warhammer 40k, there are always going to be people who want something else than just to see the product but to see what it offers. When my upheavals arrived I was working on my 'Low Hanging Fruit' content but felt that such a low keyword deserved a 3k challenge. I've realised that the best way to get pictures was through the Dawn of War: Soulstorm game as I could have my Alpha Legion fighting various aliens and baddies.
Of course when one is in a community it's important to monitor how you go about networking. As you can see my rank has plummeted it but I've learned that ranks don't always mean everything but it shows to me that I need to step up the amount of time I roll with it. There was a time when I'd worry about likes on Instagram but at the end of the day it's about getting the content up and there for folks to see.
Due to my move to a more quieter location, I'm likely to be far more productive and already have done far more than I did in my previous location. Some times bettering your own enviromnment can be the greatest of improvements.
Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm fully back :)
I thank folks on WA for being supportive!
Image was an edit from my old location at Querns Road, Canterbury into the rising sun, it's a view I somewhat miss but I swapped it for even bigger views from my desk through two patio doors. I feel a breeze and a wee bit of wind. It was taken on 19.07.19