I’ve decided that I feel more comfortable with my recovery blog located elsewhere, so to view that please direct yourselves to blog.hidama.net. This site will continue to be a hub of updates on the websites in the network, as well as the home of content such as my portfolio (being updated daily, about half of it is complete) and other things I’ll put up. This site will serve more as a directory and a nostalgia dump than anything else, which is a big part of my own recovery and progress in growth. So, yeah, for the recovery stuff please visit my blog and for everything else, feel free to browse around here.
Everything is a mess because I’m still working things out :)))
The layout is finished but I still need to update the CSS and fix some things here and there. Content is still yet to be added, as have my decisions for what to actually do with this site still yet to be 100% decided.
That said, I’ve applied for some fanlistings to get a little fandom part of the network started back up since I lost all of my previous ones. It’s not much, but it’s a start to get me back into the routine of web design.
Layout looks a bit wonky because my laptop isn’t really cooperative with my version of Photoshop but it’ll do.
Details to come later.
After 4 long years, the Falling Star Network is being completely revamped. All old websites and content have been purged, including subdomains. The reason for this is that I have decided to take on an entirely new project and use hidama.net as its home.
From now on, hidama.net will be a recovery log and a hub for positivity where I will write letters of encouragement to myself, post about things that make me happy, such as personal photos, activities, and etc. New projects may arise in the form of sub-sites, and my social media will be tied in to this, as well. My aim for this website is for it to be less of a website for the enjoyment of others, and more of a personal space of my own. My goal is to use it as an outlet of positivity, to create something to help me in times when I can’t help myself. Artwork, words of encouragement, positive affirmations, playlists, whatever I feel I need to help me through hard times will all be here. Comments will be turned off because that’s not the purpose of this space. This is a safe space and I intend to keep it as such.
For now, please don’t mind the mess, this site is as much of a work in progress as I am.