This is one of those posts where I feel I need to skip over style and get straight to substance. I don’t want to do this any more. By this, I mean the blog. I enjoy blogging as a concept, but I’m not getting much out of it. I’m going to continue, but things need to evolve.
- I want this to connect to my other work. One of the reasons I don’t want to do this is because it’s a time sink with no payoff. Rather than having this as a separate project, I want it to be part of a greater whole. I’m not sure what that looks like yet.
- I’m taking a month off. Part of me wants to start now, but I have things already in motion. I’d like of like to blog the process of transitioning the blog, too. The month off will likely be in January, not so I can reset the site but so I can step way and come back with a clear head and a fresh perspective.
- The new schedule won’t be daily. How often I post will be a function of what I decide to use this space for. 3 times per week is probably going to be the maximum. I need to work out what the best days and times will be, but that will become the fixed and reliable posting schedule.
I Don’t Want to Do This Any More
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Berin Kinsman is a writer, simple living minimalist, and spoonie. By day he works as the owner/publisher at Dancing Lights Press. An American by accident of birth, he currently lives in Finland with his wife, artist Katie Kinsman.