Fixing What’s Broke
It’s easy to have passion for working in metal – my chosen path. What’s not always easy is the attendant challenges that come from pursuing that passion fully and the hard work that it takes. While bookkeeping, sweeping floors and rebuilding a broken website aren’t high on my list of things in which I care to specialize, I do them because they are a means to an end. Creating a lifestyle that I’m more comfortable living in than if I hadn’t created it is the notice in all of this.
So, if you’re reading this, I’m several month in in rebuilding my website, and this is my first blog post on it! And there is a long, long way to go. I have a list of 8 more things that need to work better – such as, what’s up the with the “this is a demo store for testing purposes – no orders shall be fulfilled.”? Bull doodie! I want to fill orders and I have a whole two items in the shop right now – go one and check it. But that stupid banner won’t go away. Probably something I stumbled upon early on in the webgame and thought would be a good idea. And now it just is not.
I’d love to hear your feedback on what you like and what you don’t and what you’d like to see some more of – like jewelry on the front page and in the shop!