You could take a piece of paper and turn it into a spine that looks like an accordion, fold it lengthwise \/\/\/ and glue each of the edges of your pages to the inside of a \/. Then you can glue the gaping areas of the spine together. If that makes sense.
Yes, I really am starting to stress out. Totally. "You don't have to do everything all at once" - that ought to be my new mantra. I need to get it into my brain and I will try to pick one thing to start with, I even know what. Thanks for trying to calm me down
Georgia S : thank you for your input!! I suppose I could have a separate website for the "technical" part of working as a proofreader / language consultant. I did not think about how search engines would rate my site etc.
The thing that crosses over would be publishing books... If I self-publish I want to sell that book along with the other things I create; if it evolves and I start to work as a publisher / editor (I've done editing before) that will require its own site... *sigh*
For now - one "creative" site with link to Etsy shop, one "technical" site with my CV etc, links to my blog (about everything I do) from both?
These are so artsy, I like how original they are! Scrapbooking can sometimes look very pretty and everything but a bit like... well, like you use a pretty but ready-made layout. You could easily get into doing collage work or painting, I suspect...