If you’re new to my blog, you won’t notice that I cleared all of my posts. However, if you are a longtime subscriber, then I feel like I owe you an explanation as to why I would do something that feels erratic to an outside viewer. Why would I delete all of my posts? What would make me remove hundreds of hours worth of content in the matter of minutes? Did I lose a bet or suffer from head trauma? Hopefully, things will seem clearer after reading this post. I’ve included a video by Alexa Donne that will explain a few of the details, which I don’t want to discuss with this post.
Sometimes you just need a fresh start. I’ve seen multiple people talk about burnout. That’s what happened to me. I spent so much time coming up with ideas that I liked, but I never did those ideas justice. I was too busy focusing on creating content at a speed that I struggled to maintain due to my job and personal projects.
Looking at my website made me feel all sorts of frustration. I didn’t like the design I had created. I didn’t like the writing style I had adopted. I’m hoping in the coming weeks you’ll see fewer posts but higher quality posts. With that being said, I will not create a posting schedule. Everything we bloggers do, we do for SEO. That’s the most frustrating part. We’re constantly thinking about how we can optimize traffic to our site, but I don’t want to do that for my personal site. This isn’t a business. It’s a hobby, and I want it to remain that way.
My personal site is where I will talk about the things that are important to me. I also want to share more of my creative writing on here. I want this blog to serve as a portfolio. I also want to share some writing hacks and tips on here because writing is as important to me as reading. Stories are my life, and I don’t want them to feel like a burden.