The Way I Blog and How That Will Change

I’ve been struggling with what to write about this week for this blog, and after the rough night I had last night, I was really dry for ideas that didn’t involve giving into the temptation to spew everything that has angered me within the last twelve hours.

As you can imagine, there have been other instances like this where I’m really in no mental condition to be blogging; whether it be because of another occurrence in the news that continues to remind us the state the political climate is in, or something that has gone on in my personal life. Normally what I would do is that I would actually write a post, saying that I’m taking a pause for that day and for this reason, but now I’ve reached a point where I feel that I don’t need to do that anymore, especially if I can just put a quick notice out on Twitter.

Since the beginning of this blog/website, I would go out of my way to blog every Saturday, no matter what, even if it meant scheduling posts ahead of time. But after putting myself on a two-month hiatus last fall, I realize that I need to take it easy on myself now, especially when I have so much going on. I work three jobs; one of them as a writer.

Don’t get me wrong, for I will always make the conscious effort to put out a blog post on as many Saturdays as possible. It’s just that if there are days where I don’t blog at all, please be understanding, for I guarantee you after all these years that there is probably a good reason for why I’m missing out on that day.

If you are able to, I hope you can go support me in all that I do by leaving a tip over on Ko-fi. I do a lot of writing that I get paid very little for or not at all, and so this is a way of showing your support other than just reading my content. Donations of varying quantities and frequencies are greatly appreciated.

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