Thank you for taking the time to read this article. It has been a long time since I’ve engaged with the wider No Planet Like Home project in a literary context. For those of you that have been here before, I appreciate your continuing interest! Unfortunately, circumstances developed in my personal life, which necessitated a break from personal and professional development for quite some time.
It could become a topic for writings here in the future: I can see the potential for articles on a variety of personal issues that people deal with, and lessons I’ve learned. Lessons on boundaries, resilience, on maintaining the self under adverse conditions. Lessons against catering to and/or enabling chaos.. however well-intentioned those efforts might be.
Most likely any disclosures would be limited, as such, to focusing on a discussion of the wider issues surrounding these personal circumstances.
I have been accelerating my investment on Instagram of late, posting photography which for the most part has been featured within articles here in the past. I’m also focusing on fostering and rejuvenating professional relationships to further develop this avenue, at the moment.
Moving forward, I envisage this space will be focused primarily on photography, discussing achievements on operating with a low budget, but also how to grow from adversity, finding yourself and your voice, and where to go, how to begin afresh when foundations are broken.
For regular updates on the photography approach, I recommend following No Planet Like Home on Instagram.
Speak to you soon.