Stories that seem mundane to the everyday joe for me are still worth telling. I've very much acclimated myself to the life of being somewhere in between the states of life permanence and that of a digital nomad. I am a creator of content by both nature and employ. Image capturing, word-smithing, video production and overall sense of idea generation are the tools to my trade.
A few years ago, I used actual corkboards that I hung on the walls of my room to be the vessels where I would pin up moments I capture with family and friends. I called them Nicorkboards, Ah, there isn't a lot to do with this name so might as well utilize what I can with it, right? At a moment's whim, I could look and relive that point in my life shared with a loved one. Alas, printing photographs takes time and money; two things that I've learned to be a little more disciplined with over the years.
So off I, along with everyone else, went to the great wide open spaces of the Internet. While Facebook and Instagram are amazing ways to stay connected and by all means fantastic avenues to weave visual tales, I've craved a more flexible way to share my stories. The Nicorkboards were very personal and I got to shape it my way. Which is why I'm choosing to get this off the ground. It's the same thing... with the development of it being online.
Pull up a chair and let's begin.