One Year Of OutOfShapeMusic
It feels odd that I’ve managed to write a blog post a day for a little over a new year now. Some much longer than others, but still, it’s a minor accomplishment to stay dedicated to anything. Although this blog’s following is very minuscule (I imagine it’s just friends and acquaintances), it feels gratifying to see some sort of interaction on something I feel passionate about.
I admit I’m not the best at promoting (with both OutOfShapeMusic’s Instagram and Twitter not changing for an entire year), but the grind of it should lead to a large following eventually. Even if it takes ten years, I look forward to continually pump out blogs and more video content (once I move out). So, if you’ve taken the time to read any of my blogs, thank you, it really does mean a lot to me.
I understand the blog medium isn’t entirely interesting to most people. But for those that have checked this blog out, you’re the best. Given that I graduated with a degree in journalism and am self-employed, this blog keeps me somewhat sane while I stay in the confines of my room every day, where I hope to grow it and its respective social media pages. For certain, I won’t stop posting a blog a day.
In the future, I plan on expanding my video content once I find a setting that’s a better fit than my bedroom. I also hope to write some music-related eBooks within the next few months. The truth is I haven’t had the time to drive this blog forward like I originally envisioned because I’m in the middle of my first novel, which should be published and available within the next few months.
It’s a self-memoir when I discovered I had Hodgkins Lymphoma while touring with my first band a few years back. I’m not sure anyone will read it, but I’ve wanted to write about my cancer experience for some time. At the very least, it’ll be a personal accomplishment that’ll give me some closure and satisfaction from the entire moment. I’ll be sure to share it on here once it’s available to be purchased.
On top of the book, work and my musical endeavors have kept me busy as well. Feeling busy is undoubtedly a good thing; it keeps me distracted from sitting still. Being alone without anything to do is never an attractive mindset, and I feel fortunate to stay active for the time being. Nevertheless, thank you again for checking this blog out, and be sure to stay tuned for more content, eBooks, and my first novel in the coming months.
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