I need to update my site design and my footer lists actually. I don't get the time to do that right. I used to use my own CMS, but again time got the better of me. I'm not 100% sold on Drupal, but it's doing the job for the most part. deviantART is a site I only peruse now. I used to have some of my own creations there, but that site isn't what it used to be. Not for me at least.
I know what you mean about time, SB. Besides client work, I have a dozen personal 'hobby' sites and never get the time to do everything I want with any of them. Always have good intentions.
I used to try to do all my own stuff, but years back caved in and just decided it was just easier and faster to use what's already out there. I went through a lot of forum software at the time, and finally settled on SMF - I think it was Lewis Media at the time. Also over time tried Drupal and the rest, and finally settled on WordPress for a client CMS. Nothing at all wrong with Drupal (or Joomla!), and there are some decent looking smaller ones out there, but WordPress just caught my fancy so I went with it.
Most of the time I prefer static websites that I can have more fine control over, but there are times when a CMS is needed or preferred for various reasons.
But now I'm hijacking the thread...