For the few that are still following this site, you haven’t see much new content on this space for quite a while. I’ve been working on other things and this site has been put on the backburner. The important thing about this site has always been that is a hobby of mine and nothing else. My goal is not to raise revenue or see how many page views I can get with a post but it’s an outlet for me to talk about my hobbies. A few years ago, I started to lose my taste for writing for a number of reasons. A major reason was that I was constantly reviewing and scrapping articles I’ve wrote. When I would say on a podcast that I had a 15 000 word newsletter ready to go, it wasn’t a lie; it would just never see the light of day because I wasn’t happy with what I had written. I would routinely write, toss, then re-write articles and reviews because it didn’t meet my standards.
I’ve been itching to get back into writing for several months now and I’m going to see where it takes me. I have some goals in mind but that won’t change the concept of the site. Right now, I’m looking at taking a look at the articles and reviews that I’ve written previously. Some content that is currently on the site might disappear over the next two weeks but anything I remove, I plan on replacing with something that I feel is better. The other thing I have to work on is moving my media content over to another server. All the archived podcasts will stay on the site but the links will change. I plan on doing that sometime over the next two weeks.
The type of content will remain the same: podcasts (on running, video games, and movies), newsletters (on movies and video games including reviews and sales analysis) and articles pertaining to whatever is on my mind. One major goal I have is to write at least 400 movie reviews by the end of next year. Whether I hit that goal remains to be seen; it’ll depend on how much time I have and whether or not I can be happy with the 1000 words I write instead of writing a review four times and still not feel it’s fit to print.