I think I'm going to get back into blogging.
And what do I mean by "back into," you ask? (See non-existent post count to right.)
I started blogging a couple of years ago, actually. I felt constrained by the 140-word limit on Twitter. Also, a friend had started a blog, and naturally, I wanted to be just like her. ;)
But back in the summer of 2009, I was a different person. I was in a weird "in between" phase -- no longer in college, but preparing for grad school. I was working part-time, with an end-date in sight (completion of my master's degree). I was recently engaged, so not married, but also not "just" dating. Life was swirling and whirling around me, and my blog was my outlet.
Despite the ephemeral nature of my days at the time, I managed to cultivate content (and readers) on the topics of wedding planning, personal relationships, and my own daily antics. Deep, I know.
But then I found that working and going to grad school and planning a wedding and looking for an apartment and job searching actually didn't leave much time for blogging. Who would have guessed?
So, I fell off the blogging bandwagon.
And today, I'm gingerly climbing back on board. Today, as a newlywed wife and professional writer, I'm rediscovering my outlet. I hope you'll join me.
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