I have been all over the place with this blog over the last two years. At least, I think it’s been that long. It was kind of a spur of the moment thing that I started, and I honestly don’t remember the exact reason why.
I’ve used it to get thoughts out of my head which has been kind of therapeutic. It’s been used for weekly reset updates for my old clan in Destiny. I’ve done a few reviews for smaller games that I’ve played along the way. I may have ranted in a couple, and it’s possible that I may gushed a bit somewhere.
I suppose that I really started it as an attempt to jump start my writing. That never really happened, and I’m unsure if it ever will.
It began on WordPress as a free blog, but I wanted a little bit more. I wanted more options. I ended up getting an email about a sale on web hosting. I jumped on it. Hey, it was a great deal! Don’t judge me.
Well, it’s nearly time to renew, and I’m seriously considering letting this die out. I haven’t utilized it nearly as much as I originally intended to. Don’t get me wrong. I want to use it. I want to keep it, but if I’m not doing enough to justify the cost, then that would make it extremely hard for me to keep it going.
So, suggestions? Do you have an idea of how I should utilize this space if I were to keep it? I won’t say that my writing will continue seeing as though I have yet to find my muse. It would be nice to find that. Reviews wouldn’t be a bad idea, all things considered. I enjoy writing and playing games, so it works well for me. Hell, it even works together with streaming on Twitch.
Reviews, however, are a touchy thing. There are already tons of sites out there that do that. Is there room for another one? Do you actually use reviews when deciding if you should purchase a particular game? I personally don’t so that is a bit of a conundrum. How funny is that?
I will admit that typing out some of my thoughts over the past year and a half has helped my own mental state to a degree. My separation and divorce were easier than most, but they still brought some things to the forefront.
And, as always, I am rambling.