A few days back I clocked up my 100th day of cycling to and from work. It's a fairly minor milestone, and the journey is only 3.5 miles, but nevertheless, it's proved to me that cycling is a very feasible alternative mode of transport for this purpose. As well as adding to my daily exercise,… Continue reading 100 Days Of Cycling (And Other Daily Habits)
I follow perhaps only 20 blogs at any one time, but frequently hit the Random button for inspiration on Seth Godin's outstanding blog. The other day it led me to this post about the purpose of a website. Which got me thinking (as his posts usually do) about the point of 35hunter, and why it… Continue reading Why Are You Here?
Recently I talked about publishing every 36 hours and the pros and cons of doing so. Some of the conversations sparked off other ideas along this topic I thought were worth exploring more. Specifically, how blogs are still compared to social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and considered perhaps outdated or past… Continue reading Why We Should Stop Comparing Blogs to Social Media
So for the last three months or so I've been publishing a new blog post here on 35hunter every 36 hours. The schedule works well, and fits the part of my brain that craves logic and routine - publish at 7am on day one, 7pm on day two, have day three off, then begin again. I… Continue reading Publishing Every 36 Hours – The Ups And Downs
Are you keeping and sharing only your very best photographs? Or do you struggle to sift out the mediocre from the magnificent, and end up keeping the whole lot - and making most of them public? We've talked before about being more ruthless with editing, and four questions to help with this. Here's another question… Continue reading One Killer Question To Enhance Your Photography Editing Overnight