Alright. So this is clearly not working. I haven’t updated this in months. But that’s ok. I’m starting a new blog. One that I hope to update more, perhaps. Every day, perhaps. The blog is called Still A Teen, and is meant to be a somewhat photographic chronicle of my twentieth year. Starting from my nineteeth birthday on the 22nd of August, 2009, the blog will be updated once a day as a record of my final year as a teenager, accompanied by photos that I will take on my new camera that I am getting for my birthday.
I won’t start photographing/writing until my birthday, but the blog has already been set up with an introductory post as well as an About Me section. I promise that the new blog will be more successful and regular than the first (i.e. this one), so please bookmark it, follow it– whatever it is you do on the internet. Follow me on Twitter to receive updates about the blog, and the various mundane details of my life.
Remember! The 22nd of August. I hope to see you then.
Hello, whoever is reading this! I haven’t written a blog post for AGES. My theory is that I use things like blogging for procrastination, so I only really blog when I’m really busy. Hence, when I’m on holiday, I don’t say so much. Which is silly, because it is exactly when I can say a lot. Or photos, or whatever.
Anyway, I really want to get back into this (by which I mean blogging) and might change my focus/direction. Everything I’ve written so far tends to be quite long and thought-out, so it’s more difficult for me to write regularly. I think I’ll switch to shorter posts about pointless thoughts I’ve had rather than sticking to reviewing movies and music (because then I have to actually listen to the whole album and think of something original to say).
I also need to find more blogs and get a blogroll and whatever. Ooh! And I’m on Twitter now. I’m not sure how it will work out, since I’ve got one follower who I think has already given up on it. So, add me on http://twitter.com/apsheko so I can start a network or something.
Do I need a conclusion? Psssh, I’m not at school anymore. Fin.