How would you describe this brand?

unshrinkingly This is a bit of an awkward post. You see, recently a couple of people have mentioned the ‘Wonderwebby’ brand to me during conversation. Brand? What brand?

buy Pregabalin cheap uk To be honest, I keep forgetting that I have a brand at all.

I see it as:

a blog which I have been neglecting,

photos which I don’t take often enough,

fundraising which I should do more of,

a fortnightly Tiny Letter ‘Creative Notes’ which is all about bringing creativity to life,

freelancing and working on a job which I love; producing ebooks and events for bloggers, photographers, entrepreneurs and creative people,
Gina Milicia workshop

It’s abut the things I love (and wish I could spend more time learning and writing about)

art and design,

social media,

family and motherhood,

looking after yourself,

pursuing your passions,

found objects,
Gone Mining


non profits,

Daisy chain time


food and healthy eating,
We made pizza. We ate it. Even a dessert pizza. All gone now. Too quick for Instagram!


learning and curiosity,

living authentically,
Gorgeous #Autumn leaves on our walk this afternoon #latergram


…and sharing the things which inspire me, things I admire, and not being afraid to share ideas on the interwebs.

I can try to work out what this brand is, and what I should focus on.
But what I really want to know is what Wonderwebby means to you.  I’m really curious to find out, so I can make this blog better for you. Also, I tend to be pretty hard on myself, so it helps when I get some feedback!

Your opinion matters to me. Without you, this wouldn’t be a blog :)

It’s awkward, because it feels a bit like I’m passing a piece of paper and pen around the room and asking you to write a word about me. That’s not my intention. And I’m certainly not asking for back-patting. Any feedback is good feedback. If I don’t ask you, then I’ll never know!

So here goes….how would you describe my brand? What would you like to see more of?

*passes the pen and paper*…


12 thoughts on “How would you describe this brand?

    1. wonderwebby Post author

      Thanks Nathalie, it’s so nice to hear from you and even nicer to read your comment :) I’ve never gone down the path of honing in on a specific topic (eg family, or design) because – exactly as you say- this blog is a little more about how I see things.

      Really appreciate your feedback :)

  1. Melissa Patocs

    In brand terms; I see ‘Wonderwebby’ as inspiration. I see it as your unique view into what is beautiful, important and ultimately inspiring. It often makes me smile and reflect; as we are travelling in parallel circumstance. It is also motivational. Coupled with the ‘tiny letters’, Wonderwebby has been a motivational force . I now use my one day off a week to “create'” something original! In doing so I am finding my own identity again; aside from wife, mother, daughter, sibling, daughter in law and design/studio manager id. Thank you!

  2. Karen (miscmum)

    I see your brand as being contemplative, considered and calming (lots of ‘c’ words!) Your emphasis on soul and creativity is always a nice balm in the very ‘Me, me, look at me’ world of blogs x

    1. wonderwebby Post author

      Thanks Karen, I love that you used the word ‘balm’ because it’s one of my favourite words at the moment! I even registered a domain name with the word balm in it ;-)

      Sometimes I feel like blog sounds so much like “me me me” and “I I I” so I’m happy to hear you don’t see it that way! Thanks for the insight and encouragement xx

    1. wonderwebby Post author

      Interesting. It’s great to read all this feedback because several years of blogging about all types of things…not so strategic :) Good to hear you can still get a glimpse of who am am through all of that! Cheers, Ric

  3. Jen Frahm

    Hmmm. I think what I get is – integrity, considered, creative, inspirational but not in an outlandish unrealistic way. Definitely zen. There are so many “look at me” types in social media, and then there is you. When I look at your stuff, I often smile, I breathe and I feel thankful. You offer gentle reminders of the daily beauty.

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