Time to Say Goodbye — Weekly Blog Post 20

It’s been twenty weeks. 4-months of blog posts. It’s been quite a journey, but today — this marks the last one.

Don’t worry though, I’m not going anywhere.

I’m restructuring my website a bit, and I want to talk more about that decision.

A Fresh Start

Many of you may remember a few weeks ago, I made a post saying I had quit my job. Since then, I’ve taken a much more frontal role in writing, and it’s taking up all of my time during the week. This is perfect — it’s exactly what I wanted! And I am so happy to be succeeding in what I want to do.

Yet with that comes fatigue.

Therefore, I want to change the way I handle this website. I’m going to post bi-weekly, starting next Saturday, instead of weekly.

In doing so, not only will it give me much needed time to rest, but I truly think my blog posts will benefit from the less regular schedule.


Instead of being a weekly blog post, my updates will be more akin to a “bi-weekly writing lesson”

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I want to bring you — my readers — more dedicated and valuable content to help you grow alongside me as writers, and so rather than post a weekly blog skimming the surface of matters, I’m going to post less frequently, but with deeper insights exploring everything writing and beyond.

So stay tuned and be ready for more in-depth lessons! (I’m even thinking of integrating my YouTube channel into these lessons to better explain topics!)

In the meantime, I want to thank all of my readers who tuned in and left a like on my blog posts every week. I hope you stick around and look forward to the new “2.0” version of this website.

With that — see you next Saturday!

Are you looking forward to the new style of posts? Then drop a like on this post and subscribe by email so you miss nothing!

Are there any lessons or advice you want to see?

Get in touch! Comment below, or email me!

See you next week!

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