I’ve been feeling a little all over the place when it comes to my blog posts. I used to blog about my day-to-day and then I attempted to narrow my niche so that this was more of an education-specific blog. (See: Previous 10 Special Ed-related posts).
But there are days when I just want to ramble my guts out on here. I know, I know. I can keep a private journal where I talk about the more trivial moments of my day. The world doesn’t need to hear what I ate for lunch. The world doesn’t care that I’ve joined Weight Watchers more times than I can remember.
Still, part of me likes this forum to talk about my life outside of the classroom. (Especially now that I don’t have a classroom to talk about). I started this blog because I wanted to have a place to store my pictures, my thoughts, and my adventures. I didn’t start it to build an audience. And I didn’t start it to make money.
I did it because I wanted to leave a “paper trail” of my life. In hopes that, some day, far into the future, I could look back at my adventures and remember all the beautiful moments I lived.
So I’m taking it back to my roots.
Some days, you may get deep, insightful writing.
And some days you might get stuck with word-vomit.
I hope you find it entertaining enough to stick around.
Questions of the Day:
- Do you prefer when blogs have a specific niche or does it not matter to you?
- Will you stick around and be my friend still?