I’ve been thinking about getting a blog for a long time.
I had one when I studied abroad in Australia and I loved writing in it, but that was mostly because I knew family and friends back home anticipated the posts about my Aussie adventures. What, I asked myself, would I have to write about once I got home. No one wants to hear about my day to day outings.
-6:50 a.m. Wake Up
-8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Work
-3:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Misc. laziness that may or may not include singing to my dog
-11:00 p.m. Sleep
Rinse and repeat every Monday-Friday.
Riveting stuff, I know.
This jealousy inducing schedule is usually what stopped me from birthing a new blog.
Other factors included a number of questions that continued to run through my mind:
-Why would anyone care?
-Why would anyone read?
-What if people think I’m crazy?
Recently however, I had a very important epiphany–or series of epiphanies.
Who Cares What Anyone Else Thinks.
Who Cares if Anyone Reads.
Who Cares if People Think I’m Crazy.
So, with all that being said, commence blogging shenanigans.