The first month of the year is over and we are already in the 2nd month of the year, february 2019. Welcome to the latest installment of the Dynamic Double blog update. This is where we discuss the past month and the plans for the month ahead. We will be talking about the month of february this time around, if you haven’t already guessed (title gives it away). Otherwise, let’s get into the update for February 2019.
As last month was the first of 2019, there was plenty to get on with. A few blog posts got published last month, although near the end of the month I started to slack. It has been a busy month so I am sorry for the lack of content. However, on that note there were still a couple of quality posts available. One of the posts published covered Padoq, an upcoming social platform for both organisers and communities wanting to share their interests with other people. I would recommend you take a look at the Padoq post or at least give the platform a try, you can check out the review by clicking here.
Another post we published was on PC building. In this post I covered my own mistakes when building my first ever computer. The guide aims to tell you why your build might not be working and the things to check for. Whether the post is good advice or not is really up to you guys. As many of you who have built PCs, will know better than a rookie like me when it comes to building computers. If you would like to give that post a read, feel free to click here and criticise or let me know what you generally think of it. The more feedback I get, the easier it will be to improve my content for the future.
Furthermore, last month was the month where I was campaigning for Orange Day, a charity event ran yearly by Muscular Dystrophy UK. To help support this, I did a short post on my driving experience. While that doesn’t sound like much, it meant a lot to me as someone with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). The experience talked through how I got myself on the road and the type of adaptions I used before and since passing my driving test a few years ago. The article was trying to encourage people with disabilities to learn to drive. Although, do bare in mind that you should try it before you commit to it. The only reason being is that you need to make sure it’s right for you. I would appreciate if you give my disability driving experience a read, by clicking here. I will also be looking into doing more fundraising for Muscular Dystrophy UK in the future, to raise funds and to raise awareness on Muscular Dystrophy.
Content is Love…
February is the month where Valentine’s day lies. While I don’t have plans to create a series of posts, I will try my best to spread the love with plenty of content on all platforms. Articles will be shared on our Facebook and retweeted on our Twitter. I will also try to pin some extra posts on Pinterest, in hopes it will give other content creators the love and attention they deserve. During this time, feel free to send me suggestions on what to cover in my next posts. It is understandable that many of you might be going a valentine’s day as single (including myself) so if there’s anything I can do to make it better, please get in touch.
As many of you may not know, I have an Instagram account which is more of a personal account. I usually post things about what I have been to during my daily routine. While it isn’t consistent, I will attempt to use this more to spread my content further. Obviously, feel free to give me a follow if you’re interested as I will try my best to post more content. It will also be a great place to see what might be upcoming on the blog as much of what I share on Instagram is usually based on my experience I’ve had while out and about.
Alternatively, alongside sharing posts I will start sharing content on technology. As many platforms and bloggers do cover these topics, it would be a great idea to share some of this content. These posts will aim to highlight news that matters and keep our social media pages more active. Articles from both well-known and niche platforms will be shared in hopes to raise awareness of important technology steps or changes. Content will range from new software, software deals and articles based on people’s uses or experiences with different technologies and events.
Additionally, there hasn’t been many SaturdaySecurity posts being published, which I hope to start getting out every Saturday once again. The main issue is trying to pick topics with enough room for a discussion. It does sound easier to write about anything but it does need to route back to something important or meaningful. In the end, if it doesn’t help promote good security and help, it isn’t really worth writing about…
Hopefully this post gives you a better understanding on what’s to come. If you enjoyed this posts, please feel free to check back on the Dynamic Double blog regularly for the latest blog posts and experiences.