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Only one more year of Fallen Halo?

Posted on 21 Jul 2014

I have started to think a lot about my site recently and where I'm going with it due to the fact that it is very difficult for me to keep up with running a site whilst doing my A Levels.

Unfortunately, things aren't going to get any easier to run over the next year, and once I go to university in September 2015 I really should be focusing on my degree or getting a job, not my website. So I've decided that September 2015 will be my site's closing date. I will try and update as much as I can this Summer and next Summer, but this site probably won't be active at all during term times.

This has been an incredibly hard decision for me to make, and I just want to clarify some questions you might have:

"What will happen to your content?"

Everything will be uploaded to my deviantART account. There everything will be downloadable. I may also be able to respond to comments there too.

"How will we contact you?"

For those who can't contact me on deviantART (e.g. because you don't have an account), I'll post a link to my cbox on my deviantART page so you can find it easily, bear in mind I may not check it very often! You can also add me on Socialien. I have to admit that Socialien isn't the most active social media site, but nevertheless I do check it every time I go on my laptop. Tumblr is also a good place to contact me too. I may also consider leaving the Facebook page going.

"Why can't you leave the site open but keep it inactive?"

I really don't think that would be fair to my host.

"What will you do if somebody steals your content?"

I will follow the same procedure as before.

If you have any questions yourself, please let me know and I'll try to answer them. I love my site, and I love the community it is a part of, but my academic work is the most important thing to me and I really hope you guys can understand that.

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End Up Here - 5 Seconds Of Summer by LouisGomez on Grooveshark

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3 Years of FallenHalo?!??

Posted on 06 Apr 2014

I just noticed the date and I can't believe my site has been around for just over 3 whole years now! That being said, even though I don't have much chance to update it frequently at the moment, I genuinely see this site (and my web designing journey as a whole) as a huge part of my life. What's even more amazing is that for the first 2 and a bit years or so I was online and replying to comments/blogging/adding designs daily.

I really have to apologise to those who frequently check my site looking for updates for my lack of them recently. I hope you all understand that my schoolwork must take priority - particularly as exams start in just over a month!

To give you guys context about how long this will continue, I'll post some key dates for me for the next few months or so to ensure you know what's happening.

  • 7th April - 9th May: Still in school
  • 12th May - 10th June: Study Leave and Exams
  • 11th - 13th June: Work Experience
  • 16th June - 23rd July: Back to school, starting A2 courses

To put it bluntly, you won't see any design updates until late July at the earliest.

Song of the Moment:

Don't Stop by 5 Seconds Of Summer on Grooveshark

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This is Important

Posted on 08 Mar 2014

This is a bit of a different post today, and I know it's out of the blue as I've been too busy to tend to my site recently because of school, but this video really hit me. The video below is a 'second a day' video with a twist, it shows what a young girl's life would be like if the situation in Syria was happening in the UK. Although obviously the portrayal of the war in the UK is fictional, such events are very real for children in Syria and, being a less-developed country (so a smaller availability of aid), it must be even more horrifying for them.

You can click here to donate to Save the Children's Syria Crisis Appeal. If you have anything to spare, please donate even the smallest amount you can manage, and if you have nothing to spare at least help to spread the word!

I'm also aware that wars are obviously occurring in other countries and affecting children there too, however unfortunately I'm not aware of any appeals to help them.

As I still won't be able to update for quite some time, as studying is my priority right now, I'm going to leave this appeal here until I can (my blog might as well be doing something good).

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