As usual somehow my blog has been put in the back burner as I try and take control of the random things going on in my life. I used to really love planning what I do, and I am just not feeling it anymore. I am in just in a “meh” state where I just let the day happen to me, and I haven’t had the time to actually sit down and write a blog. Any free time I have, I usually spend on YouTube or endlessly browsing the internet. It has really become tiring.
For starters, I still haven’t published chapter 4 of my story. Now mind you this is a story that was published more than a month ago, and I still haven’t finished one chapter. I really think the idea of testing my story is putting me off. On Instagram I saw, Episode might be adding the ability for us to test while in the portal. I really think that might cut back some of my laziness, but who knows? (Update they did release web view. Bless)
I haven’t been uploading videos weekly as I hoped I would do. It’s not even like I don’t have some videos planned, it’s just I have been so lazy. The idea of just clicking upload seems like a lot of work to me. This laziness is one of the reasons why I haven’t done “A day in the life of Madeline” in a long time. My day would just consist of doing work or just watching YouTube videos. I don’t think you guys would want to read that.
While I am doing this small update, I might as well give you the schedule for the upcoming posts. There is a 95% chance that something might happen and I might need to switch out blogs.
How to make lentil pasta soup
How to make beso (the drink and the food)
10 countries I would love to visit
Story time (I would have to think of a story.)
I hope to get at least one of these blogs out before the end of September. November is quickly coming, and it’s quite embarrassing I only have 50 or so blog posts. In comparison, my other blog had 50 blogs in about 2 months even less. It’s also quite disheartening that I plan stuff in my update posts but never seem to achieve them. Hopefully I’ll do better this time. Hopefully. Let’s cross our fingers.