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How to Use a Personal Portfolio Website to Share Your Wellness Journey

You’re on a journey. Why not share it with the world?

Researched, written by Amber & The Team
Updated on July 9, 2023

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Wellness is a personal journey.

Your self-actualization has nothing to do with how other people see you.

This, however, does not mean it needs to be a lonely process.

On the contrary, sharing your wellness journey with others can be a great way to stay motivated and maintain a healthy social life.

One great way of sharing your wellness journey with the people you love is by creating a personal portfolio website.

With website building platforms like Wix, you can create portfolio websites in no time.

They don’t require much maintenance either.

Once your website is up and running, you can regularly update it without any hassle.

To help you get started, here are some steps to take when sharing your wellness journey through your website.


Consider What Makes Your Journey Personal


Before you dive headfirst into building your website, take a step back and brainstorm what you want to showcase.

You can include everything from work achievements to everyday items, such as personal milestones, hobbies, and experiences that have shaped you.

To make your portfolio stand out, think of the unique moments that define you.

Perhaps it’s the time you conquered your fear of heights by going skydiving or the year you spent traveling the world solo.

Think about the struggles, accomplishments, and memories that helped you grow as a person and how these experiences can help others achieve their wellness goals and provide them guidance through their journey.


Choose a Simple, Catchy Domain Name


Once you’ve got a clear idea of what you want to showcase, it’s time to find the perfect domain name for your website.

Your domain name should be as unique as your personal journey, so think outside the box!

Consider using wordplay, a meaningful phrase, or simply use your name.

This is your online identity so it should be memorable.

It’s always best to keep it simple and catchy.


A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words


A personal portfolio website is a visual representation of your journey, so make sure you’re using high-quality photos and images that evoke emotion and tell your story.

You don’t need to be a professional photographer to do so.

You can get some great mileage out of photos taken using your phone’s portrait mode.

It is also worthwhile taking a moment to learn about the rule of thirds.

There are also plenty of free stock photo websites with images that you can use to represent almost any of your experiences.


Use Your Portfolio To Tell Your Story


While your images and videos do a lot of the heavy lifting, you can’t ignore the power of words.

Use your writing skills to provide contexts for each of your accomplishments and share the stories behind them.

Whether it’s a personal blog post about your journey to becoming a yoga instructor or a heartfelt reflection on your volunteer work, your writing should be genuine, conversational, and of course, engaging.

Don’t be afraid to show vulnerability and let your personality shine through.

Just remember you are creating this portfolio for YOU.

Share as much as you choose to.


Choose a Design That Resonates With You


Choosing a template needs to reflect your personality and the vibe you want your portfolio to convey.

If you are a quirky and creative person, you may enjoy selecting a bold and vibrant template design.

If you are, however, more of a minimalist, selecting a neutral yet modern palette might resonate better with your personality.

Since this is your personal digital space, the design should be a true reflection of you.


Connect With Like-Minded People


Creating a personal portfolio website is about more than just showcasing your journey; it’s also about connecting with like-minded individuals and engaging with them.

You can include links to your social media profiles, so visitors (if you choose to share your portfolio) can easily follow you and stay up-to-date with your latest adventures.

Additionally, consider adding a contact form, so people can share their thoughts, ask questions, or simply say hello.

Engaging with your visitors not only builds a sense of community but also opens doors for future collaborations, opportunities, and friendships.


Keep it Updated


Your personal portfolio website is a living, breathing representation of your life and its accomplishments, so it’s essential to keep it updated with your latest accomplishments, experiences, and insights.

Regularly updating your website not only keeps your audience engaged but also shows that you’re continually growing and evolving.

Set a reminder to update your website at least once a month, even if it’s just a small tweak or a new blog post.

Once your personal portfolio website is complete, don’t be shy about sharing it with the world!

Promote it on your social media channels, and mention it when networking.

The more you share your portfolio, the more opportunities and connections you may be able to create for yourself.

At the end of the day, it is your choice to share your portfolio with whomever you want.

Just know that there are many benefits that may arise by sharing your wellness journey with others like you.


Celebrate Your Journey


Last, but not least, remember to celebrate your journey and the amazing accomplishments you’ve showcased on your website.

Be proud of the digital space you’ve created and the person you’ve become.

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