I started this blog in 2016.
Back then, I got on the blogging for money and KDP bandwagons in hopes of quitting my job and pursuing a more satisfying, self-directed, creative life.
So many things have happened since I began this blog. I wrote a book, made a viral Youtube video, started dancing again, became a freelance designer, ran out of money, got into debt, sold my house, moved back in with my parents, actively searched for a job an entire year, ended up with three different jobs in the span of 18 months, got out of debt, and bought my first new car (in cash) in 18 years. Then factor in COVID -19 and working from home.
I don’t know about you, but the last three years for me have been the most difficult ones in my life. And really, I don’t feel like I’m completely out of it.
I think this blog has served its purpose.
It has been a really timely, cathartic, and personal creative outlet for me. Without this blog, I might not have started writing again.
But right now, even though I still have things to say and stories—real-life and fictitious—to tell, I don’t feel like I’m at a place where I can express these things.
As I said, the past three years have been challenging for me and trying to keep up with this blog and create new content for it just feels like a drain at the moment.
I don’t want this blog to die, but there are some other projects I want to start without holding on to the guilt of abandoning this one.
So, goodbye for now.
I hope you all have enjoyed some of my crazy thoughts, ideas, and discussions.
Perhaps we can create together again.