I bought this domain in 2014 on the advice of Ashton Kutcher who had recently reserved every domain and social media handle available in the name of his newborn daughter. (Wyatt Isabelle, if you were wondering).
“Hey!” I thought. “What if the other Sophie Lyons of the world try to use my name to promote their dull and/or shady dealings?.” And so sophielyon.com became mine; the platform from which my successful communications consultancy would launch. Ha ha.
And now here we are, peeping into the chasm of 2016 and I have done not one productive thing with my domain, unless of course you count changing the background photo and uploading the most cringe-worthy parts of my CV, and promptly deleting them.
So I’m going to attempt a 30 day post challenge which is obviously not the most original idea to have ever graced the blogosphere, but hopefully it should unblock me and get those creative juices flowing. Cringe.