So, before I come to a conclusion on this blog and answer the question in the title, I need to put forth some background. I announced earlier a project I’ve been doing called “Lovely Lily Lives”, or just Lily for short. I’ve been writing her for around four months now,
Today, I had an appointment I’ve been putting off for quite a long time. A couple of years ago, I went to see a dentist, and we had some plans for work that needed to be done. Then I needed to raise the money. Then COVID hit. Then I was
Updates on this site and other associated projects: So after having moved to self-hosting for a couple of days, there are some upsides and downsides. I don’t believe new posts will appear in the reader anymore, and subscriptions appear to follow to the old site. This is going to mess
So, as a part of moving over to this new host, I’ve been going through old posts (starting from the beginning), and categorizing them. Some of them I’ve put in a “hidden” category – they still exist, but will not show up on any listing page (or I think search),
I’m on a bit of a posting tear today. I thought to myself, “Self, why don’t you share some of the pertinent statistics about this blog, so that people can now how great or pathetic it is?” I thought, “Self, that’s a great idea”. Even though it probably isn’t. So
So I have had this blog up for pert near four years by now. It’s at least as old as 2018. And in this entire time, the contact form has been misconfigured. Oh, I configured it. I did that. But I forgot to hit the “update” button. So… yeah. It
This post is going to sound like I’m being a braggart dick in the first part. Hold on, it’ll get better. I just recently started picking up doing sudokus. After having figured out some of the patterns, I moved on to expert and giant levels. I find them easy, and
After my post yesterday, I decided to do something different that wasn’t related to blogging or angst. I got the “not related to blogging” part done. I ate some food, played on my phone and the computer, and just basically had about as restful a day as I’m capable of.
I have been fighting with myself over the content of this post for over a day now. So, rather than try to force myself into a mold, I’m going to make this post about the difficulties of being a blogger. Or at least, a blogger while having my particular personality.
I really liked the format of my last post. The use of separators gave it a flow that I haven’t yet been able to achieve in any other way, and I intend on continuing to do that. The other day, the smoke alarms in an apartment in my building started