Creating content is challenging.
I’m an advocate for alliteration. Sorry not sorry.
When I think too much, which happens way too often, I realize a few things. Brace yourself for this disorganized, messy post.
In many ways, I have been lucky. I won’t rely on luck to get me where I want, though.
Also, the longer I’m in school, the more value I see in doing things outside academia. Like getting real-life experience by working or volunteering.
I also see the value in having a personal passion project on the side like running a blog. I don’t know what would’ve happened if I hadn’t started mine four-plus years ago. The opportunities I’ve gotten and the offers I’ve been given…amazing. All because one day after school, I decided to make an account on WordPress.
I remind myself it takes years to become an overnight success. Nothing happens overnight, nothing incredible at least.
Like everyone else, I have bad blogging days when I’m struggling to put words down on the page. A part of me enjoys the challenge that comes with writing. It’s worth the effort. After all, the bad days make the good ones even sweeter.
I’m not exactly sure what life has in store for me going forward. But I’ll try to do my best and be my best.
I don’t get bored easily because no day is the same. On the other hand, there’s little to no stability or guarantees in this industry.
Still, I wouldn’t enjoy doing the same thing every day. So I’ll gladly choose to experience the challenging and confusing times that come with creating content.