Organizing My Online Life

I like my stuff organized and tidy. Top notch discipline!

Over the course of the last few months, I've broken down my content into categories and found a different site for each content category. This really helps, because it's easy to find whatever I'm looking for, without having to scroll through dozens of irrelevant posts.

I've found a place to post my recipes. I've become huge on cooking, and I didn't want to clutter this journal with recipes amidst all the chaos. Whatever I've posted here will remain as it is, because this site gave me a lot of inspiration to get back to writing my journal for a historical record.

Of course the posts here aren't a daily record. I did that last year. I would love to do it again; perhaps next year. This year is about growing and exploring and trying out new stuff and ideas and that's what I'm really trying to do.

Someone may check my profiles and say, "Hey, where is this guy? Why hasn't he posted in a while?" There's a lot of things going on in the background. People don't see it because I don't talk about it. But I think if I stick to my current pace, it'll make for a very interesting end-of-the-year review. That's something I really want to achieve. Because the last two years haven't been quite as interesting as I would've hoped for. And I wanna make 2021 a trendsetter - as in the best and most productive year!

So far, I think each year has had a different theme. And I think that's great. I don't want multiple years to have the same long-running shit over and over. It gets boring after a while. And I think different is good. Different gives you a chance to try something new and explore.

Anyway, my cooking recipes are on breadpunk.club. If anyone here's interested in cooking and eating, you might wanna check it out.