What this blog is about

In the past three to four years, I’ve accumulated so many hobbies that it’s become hard to contribute an even amount of effort and dedication towards each of them. I don’t have enough time! I end up “juggling” activities and then only inching forwards in progress. You’ve probably been there. I’ve even tried making a schedule, but as you know, turning a hobby into an obligation usually kills it, so that didn’t end well.

“Dude, get on with it.”


I’ve decided to use this blog as a place to write about my interests, since that will motivate me to carry on with them and help me keep track of the things I enjoy doing. Especially since there will be people reading it (hint-hint.) I’ll also be writing reviews (movies, books, music etc.) thoughts, ideas, opinions, tutorials etc. so it’s not just going to be about hobbies. If you have any ideas what I could write about, I would LOVE to hear them!

Just so you know what kind of person I am/ the kind of thing I’ll be blogging about/ in case you like the same things, here’s a list of 20 things I like (Maybe you could follow if you like the same things):

  1. Bands
  2. Writing
  3. Reading
  4. Drumming
  5. Bubble tea
  6. Twitter
  7. Nirvana (The band)
  8. Nirvana (The state of mind)
  9. Practicing guitar
  10. Sushi
  11. Learning about heavy metal bands
  12. Music
  13. Drawing
  14. Attempting pet dreads
  15. People who sign off with \m/
  16. Patrick Ness
  17. Custard
  18. Band shirts
  19. Art
  20. London

7 thoughts on “What this blog is about

  1. I’m doing a very similar thing with my blog. I’ve found i like writing, but never knew what i could write about. It recently occured to me that I could just write about my record collection. The cool thing is it gives me the excuse to listen to a record a day, and then nerd out by writing about that record. I enjoy both so much that it never feels like an obligation.

    Anywa good luck with blog. I look forward to checking out future posts.

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  3. “Turning a hobby into an obligation usually kills it.” I definitely agree! But then again, if you really don’t push yourself to practice it, then that becomes another problem!

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