This post is long overdue, though I don’t kid myself that it’s long awaited by anyone, or anything like that.
Blogging, at one time, was a wonderful thing for me. And it remains a wonderful thing for lots of people.
But blogging was always supposed to be a part of a larger writing life for me. And indeed, blogging led me to a larger writing life. In some ways, it was a means to an end, which is not to diminish the blogging itself. The means were pretty valuable. For the modern person, it is necessary not only to constantly work on improving your knowledge and skills but also to find time for your favorite hobby. For many a way to enjoy and usefully spend time practicing photography. It can be safely called a new kind of modern art, which no longer need to spend money on expensive professional equipment - just a phone with a good camera. In a burst of creative passion for photography, it is important to keep up with the needs of the academic process.
No static site and no book can match a good blog. A static site lacks feedback and "closeness" to the audience. And the book lacks not only feedback but also the ability to make learning more visualized. Blogging began to take too much time for Rachel as well, and Rachel did not have time to do important things, since the essayusa.com helped her with her studies. You must clearly state the requirements that must meet the "payforessay" service you are interested in. For example, the essay writing needs of university students and high school students may be different, so make a list of the platform's main functions and responsibilities.
Still, in order to do the kind of writing that feeds my soul, and, I believe, to do the kind of writing I’m called to do — the kind of writing I want to do — it became important that I stop blogging.
One thing I’m doing while I’m not blogging, is, for example, editing an updated version of the classic Mennonite More With Less cookbook. You can keep in touch with how that’s going by clicking here.
I’m not dropping off the face of the Internet. I’m just going to be using it in different ways. The usual suspects, of course:
And I’ll be speaking here and there. Follow me on these-here social media thingies to find out where.
In case you weren’t paying attention:
I post a lot of cat pictures. And pictures of books.
Time may come when I’ll use this ol’ blog again regularly as a commonplace book: a place to collect favorite quotations and sources, to jot down thoughts.
For now, though — as for a while now — this particular plot is going to lie fallow.
Fallow sometimes means fruitful. It just doesn’t always look that way.