So … it’s been nearly two years since I made a post announcing that I would be ending writing on this blog. Even as I’m writing this, I’m debating about posting it. I’m not sure that anyone who follows this blog actually cares anymore.
If you are one of of old followers or someone who has come across this blog in the time since I’ve stopped posting, I would like to say: sorry.
Two years ago when I was writing all of these posts based on one-word prompts I was very try-hard and tried to sound very intellectual and deep. I was at a point in my life where I was bored and unchallenged and let myself wallow in my internal emotions. Honestly reading most of these posts makes me cringe so hard, so I advise that if this is your first introduction to my blog, that you need not proceed further.
Since the time I stopped writing in this blog, I feel like I have become a much more joyful person, and I’m glad that I don’t feel the need to do something “deep” anymore. Now I have a better idea of my immediate and longer term goals in life, and know more clearly how I am going to accomplish them. They may not be easy but I will try my best anyways because I like myself better when I’m busy than when I’m not.
This sort of internal narration is a very personal thing to put on a blog on the internet, but only two, max three people I know in real life know about this blog, and I’m not sure that they care anymore either. I’d like to thank them for being there when I wanted part of my thoughts to be heard by someone, although I’m sure we’ve all changed in the time since then. I hope that you, too, are doing well, even if I haven’t spoken to you in a while.
This is not an announcement that I will be revitalizing this blog, not by any means. However, I would like to take this time to say this:
If you find yourself unsatisfied in life, complaining to yourself (or the internet) about it won’t change anything. Seek something, anything to occupy your time, whether some new friends or a new hobby. Go somewhere or do something. No matter how bad you are feeling, the world always has something good to offer.