A friend told me that doing something like this might be a good idea since I sometimes just seemingly disappear for days on without blogging at all.
It’s really ambitious to try to keep this particular feature running every week, I feel. But I’ll try.
I also think it’s best to keep things brief. Maybe around three hundred words.
This week I was thinking of expanding The Lily Garden. Maybe set up a Patreon. Set up a Buy Me a Coffee. Try making videos. We’ll see. Currently feeling a bit weird as seen here. I’ll spare you all the melodrama by not going into detail. It’s definitely affecting me right now, though.
Maybe it’s a bad idea to do these things when I’m lacking direction and drive. Why would people want to invest in me if I can’t guarantee what they want? But I’m telling myself these feelings will fade and that I just need to keep myself busy. And if I continue to deliver content, then I might get somewhere eventually. That’s the plan, anyways.
I’m having dinner with my family tonight. Considering how often I eat out to avoid them, this should be considered a unusual occurrence.
Some of my online friends have private Twitters and they all seem to find that having confidential accounts provides cathartic release. I’ve considered following suit, but I don’t know. I already feel conflicted about offering exclusive content to Patreon patrons (wow, I’m talking as if I’ve already set up a Patreon). I also don’t really want to be selective and potentially cause hurt feelings. Therefore I’ll continue to just be an open book (to a reasonable extent), I think. Wearing my heart on my sleeve is how I’ve always rolled.
So please forgive me if I get too melodramatic on Twitter. I’ll try to keep that to a minimum in 2018.
More visual novels to play/read. More anime to binge. Need to catch up on people’s blog posts. Still unemployed. It’s a never ending journey.
Oops, 340+ words. That’s more than I thought I would write. Sorry.