I am an avid reader and lover of history. I often study historical figures just out of interest. I used to love chemistry as well, but that love has died down a bit. I got into programming and computers quite late in my school career. It took me a while to find my place as I originally studied Biochemistry.
I have a small website design and maintenance business, mostly built up through word-of-mouth. Our clients pay an annual fee to have us look after everything for them, which means it brings in a small, regular income.
As an occupation I write and maintain websites and other kinds of software for several different clients. I also enjoy playing guitar and making/building physical things. One of my next projects will be a sit/stand desk using a counterweight and pulley system.
To me, a dream job comes down to three things: doing something you love, getting fairly paid for it, and still having free time to enjoy other aspects of life. Generally speaking, if I’m able to use creativity and logic in a project, I’ll probably be happy.
As a fork of WordPress, ClassicPress plans to capitalize on what we believe is a misstep for business and professional users in WordPress’s decision to integrate the block editor into core (originally introduced as the Gutenberg plugin).
With Gutenberg, WordPress emphatically reaffirmed its commitment to its original purpose of democratizing publishing. ClassicPress respects their decision, and has resolved that it will dedicate itself to improving and strengthening its features for business sites.