I’ve decided to finally bite the bullet to have my own site. I’m not quite sure what I’ll have here, other than my random thoughts or updates on projects. I’m sure I’ll end up with a page of favorite sites or organizations, which deserve recognition.
I’m also pretty sure I’ll continue to post about games I’ve played from a casual gamer’s point of view, without using technical gamer terms. I’ll also talk about my own side project, which is still in its infancy, but I’m pretty excited about it.
I’m also wanted my website to represent me to the world. It’s easy to Google yourself and see random posts from various places, but the results don’t always reflect who I am. I want this space to do that. Besides, I’ve heard that having your own space is great when looking for a job as many managers will check you out online to see what you’re about. I’d rather they find my site rather than some random comment or tweet, wouldn’t you?
Update on the nonprofit: It’s still going, but I have stepped down from any position of authority. It saddens me to do this, since I think it could really do something positive, but my health is very important to me… And the stress was causing problems. Since stepping down, I’ve relaxed a bit and I’m beginning to find my happy place again.
Update#2: I have accepted the position of Twitter 🐦🐦person for Shepheroes, a local German Shepherd Rescue. So, check them out and follow them on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
My adventure continues!