I'm writing this at almost 1am in the morning. But I feel like I need to give you all an explanation about what is happening at the moment and what is to come in the next few months. As the one year-anniversary of this blog is coming up, I've begun to reevaluate and read through everything that I've posted and thought of on this blog. I don't regret anything, but I do see this lack of consistency and engagement. In some ways I think I launched this blog with an aim in mind, but it being so wide and broad, I think I've lost track of what I want to achieve.
Like any other 19 year old, I'm still trying to figure out who I am. I can with 100% certainty say I won't figure this out within the next 3 months maybe even the next 3 years. I don't know about that last part. So what am I trying to say after all this talk?
Over the coming months and possibly (most likely) into next year, I will be doing some very serious evaluating. That being said, the biggest changes you will most likely see are the reduced amount of posts I do every month, the layout of the blog and one more very special thing. I mentioned it in the post before, but it's a secret for now. Details are still being sorted like everything else and it's just crazy. I'm not going to say blogging feels like work because I love it, but it takes up so many hours at the moment, hours I don't have to spare, evidently.
I'm hoping everything will be sorted by the end of this year, in the mean time I hope you'll continue to follow me and I would love to hear any comments about what you would like to see more of, what you like to read/hear more of etc.
p.s. the "reduced posts" quota will only be during this transition of evaluating. (hopefully)
p.p.s. I've decided to postpone 5ft10's one year anniversary indefinitely. Or until everything is sorted. I know you've been reading until everything is sorted/discussed, and you're thinking is there really that much to do? But I am a one man team. I format my blog, I take the photos, I edit the photos, I write the posts, I code, I brainstorm, I am learning to be the best person I can be, and I want to give you the best! All of this plus my hours at University, my hours at another work place, my hours at volunteering equal to way more than getting a solid 6 hours of sleep every night. Since September I've been running on 5-6 hours a night, 7 days a week and I know it's not healthy for my body but the time just isn't there. Oh how I wish a day had 30+ hours.
p.p.p.s. More on the accompanying photo to come!