When I was young I tried to write a diary - although, it only lasted a few months. The problem with a diary is when you start writing really personal things, there's usually someone you need to remind that it's off limits...
Everyone uses Urban Dictionary.
They sell mugs! - but I can't help raise an eyebrow to how ignorant some posts can be ... From 2003;
Hasn't Twitter kind of taken and run with this? Snapchat? Instagram? Reducing characters forces people to get creative...inversely, can make them more boring.
Should someone with a blog expect that someone is reading it?
For me, it's a great way to solidify my thoughts into one area, in a positive way.
The funny thing is I rarely trust myself with books, journals... diaries.
So it's a bit of a paradox to write online, also considering marketing and data privacy issues.
So, a blog. Nice for a website. A good writing tool as well.
I'm not the best. Look at how many ellipses I use.
Learn a skill!
The 2 or 3 hours spent every day consuming more and more temporary things - spending more money.
I know plenty of people from incredibly challenging backgrounds creating stuff all the time, and having fun with it!
creator or a consumer?
strictly or inconsistently?
Holding your Hand (feat. Atlas) - Yung Bae
Be Yourself [Sessions@AOL] - Audio Slave
Lover is a Day - Cuco https://fineforest.bandcamp.com/