I Don’t Want to Do This Any More

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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This blog is dedicated to one basic principle: if you can simplify your life and dedicate time to create things, you will be able to thrive and find the health and happiness you seek.

About Berin Kinsman

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.

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