It has been over one year since I have started this blog.
In the beginning
I’m not sure where I wanted the blog to go in the beginning. However, there for a while I really tried to be a superstar blogger.
I spent a good while really trying to do all the “right” things. I spent a lot of time, money, and effort on learning blogging and doing it right.
At the same time, I was also trying to improve myself. Again, I spent a lot of time, money, and effort on that.
On top of having a family and a full-time job, I got totally burnout.
Where do I go from here
I want to just write. I don’t care about SEO, social media, marketing, page views, etc.
I also don’t care what people think about what I right. Ok, for the most part. I really don’t want people to read it and think I’m an idiot or an A-hole.
But honestly, there aren’t that many people that read this, or that many people that are in my inner circle.
So much for blog stardom
For a while I really hoped I would make 100K a year on this blog, be a famous blogger, and have Donnie Wahlberg know me by name.
It’s not going to happen. Just like I will never be a NKOTB groupie (it costs too much time and $), I won’t be a famous blogger.
It’s ok to be me
So, I won’t be famous. And I won’t be able to go on every NKOTB cruise, or to every NKOTB concert.
I won’t have the money to take my husband to every NASCAR race, or take Cassidy to every place she ever wants to go.
Not that many people care what I have to say. And maybe nobody ever will.
In one year, I have decided it’s ok to be me. I do have a few people in my life that I know really care about me. I know they love me no matter what.