Sometimes I write things and then realize that they’re more journal or diary entries than they are blog posts with any point. Which is fine, but I’m not sure if that’s necessarily why I wanted to renew my interest in blogging. I’ve decided that any entries that are like that I’d like to keep private for myself. Even my first post is pretty journal-y, but I’ll keep that public for accountability reasons 😉
I will make, at minimum, monthly posts about stuff. Not sure what type of content you can expect to see yet. I haven’t completely decided.
This is 18 days late. I want to try a lot of new things, or in the case of this blog, retry old things. Change has been mostly good to me in the past.
I want to make healthy changes like every other schmuck who wants to lose weight or eat right at the onset of a new year. Specifically, I’d like to get back into running again eating in a way that would support that. I’d also like to sleep more. But in addition to my physical health, I’d like to up my spiritual health game too. That means more time for prayer. I’ve been taking part in a “Bible-in-a-year” challenge. So far I love it. Hopefully this will be the first time I read the Bible in its entirety. Using an app called ReadScripture and so far it’s real good.
I’d also like to try photography. Yes, I know, yet another expensive hobby. I’d probably need a camera of some sort. I suppose iPhonetography will do for now. Gotta start somewhere. We’ll see where it goes. Maybe I’ll post things here.
YouTube videos? Vlogs? Tech/Music stuff? See photography.
Getting back into music and mixing. That’d be great. I’ve been playing with some people, hoping to jumpstart my musical life. I’d like this to also apply to my spiritual health. Personally, worship life has been a bit dry, even with doing stuff at church. Hopefully reconnecting to what brought me to Jesus in the first place will jump start that.
Hanging out with people. I’ve been introverty for quite a while. I’d like to get to know the people around me on a more personal level. I went on a Young Professionals retreat last weekend. That helped.