Today is a big day for me. It has now officially been a year since leaving traditional employment and going into freelancing full time. I thought I’d take the opportunity to highlight some of my milestones from the last year.
#Recre8SA with Recreation SA
Recreation SA were one of my first new clients upon starting this venture. It’s been great working with them this year, most recently on their #Recre8SA campaign. In addition to a member directory, #Recre8SA includes the Snap a Selfie social media campaign where you can win cool prizes just by posting selfies of yourself being out and about.
On the fun side, it also included spending an hour in Gawler Place taking photos of Recreation SA’s awesome interactive #Recre8SA zone 🙂
Interactions with History (SA)
Interactions with History is the new blog, launched just a few weeks ago, designed and developed for History SA. I’ve been working with History SA since early May, but this is the first project to actually launch. There is a lot more on the go though, so stay tuned.
Ever wanted to know what it’s like working at a museum and setting up exhibits? How about the challenges in creating online and digital presences for three museums? Follow along to find out the answers to these questions and more with profiles of staff and volunteers, behind the scenes content, think pieces and special previews from History SA and their three museums.
Local recognition for BrainHackr
BrainHackr, the psychology and wellbeing blog run by myself and my partner, launched a little over a year ago. In the past fortnight BrainHackr won an Australian Web Award for South Australia in the personal and blogging category.
We’re now looking forward to November 6th (this Friday) for the results from the national awards.
And big thanks to…
I’d also like to thank some of the great organisations and people that have helped me get through this year.
What’s coming next?
There’s no telling what’s coming in the next year, but in the near future there’s dog training, photography, life coaching, and shopping centres, just to name a few. That’s in addition to the “just for fun” projects that I have been working on behind the scenes too.
I’m looking forward to it, and I’m looking forward to writing this post again in a year’s time with even more to talk about.