I think about this little space I carved out on the web all the time. For a solid year I was fully committed to posting something here every weekday, to the point where it really became a big source of stress. I got all wrapped up in it because I felt like once I started it if I ever skipped a day it would end up being yet another thing on the list of things I started and didn’t follow through on. Then one day I just forgot to blog. It was just one day where I slipped. But that was all it took. The day I signed in and realized there was a entry missing I basically wrote the whole thing off as a failure. In a way I was relieved. I was unburdened.
But I miss it. I like writing here, event though I really don’t know who, if anyone, is reading it. I think about starting it back up, but if I do I think I need to focus a little more on one or two topics. Keeping it wide open seems to make it harder to write, and for anyone interested in a particular topic it means there’s a lot of crap to wade through.
I just took a look at the analytics to see what were the most popular topics last year, based on hits. Looking at the top 10 shed no light. In the top 10 from last year are entries in the categories of BJJ, Guns & Hunting, Pets, Random Thoughts, Science & Technology, Podcasts, and Books. So, basically everything.
Right now I can’t see this becoming a daily thing again, but I might starting dropping in a few times a week – at least until I can find that groove again.