Changes and growth…

I finally managed to get out shooting again last night, which felt good.

It was a quiet evening with little wildlife moving about; still, I managed to capture an image of this hawk having supper, which is as cool as it is disturbing. Even birds need to eat.

Despite not finding much to shoot last, I did enjoy the drive. I ended up swinging through Galahad and dropping off a parcel for J. We ended up having a good visit as well.

I’ve been attempting to make my blog a priority again, however, there is only so much time in the day. I know that with all the other writing I have to do at the moment, writing on here every day is not a realistic proposition at the moment. For the moment my blog will be irregular, however I am going to work on a schedule of blogs, writing maybe two or three days a week, so I can focus on creating well put together content.

This blog is near 600 posts deep, and I have enjoyed writing every one of them, however life has changed for me. When I started this blog, I had nowhere near as much going on. I had a few stories to write for the paper, and the blog. Since then I have really gotten into my photography, which is taking up more and more of my time. I’m working on the Adobe Photoshop and photography course, I am working my way through university courses, and I’ve started working on a creative writing project. I’m attempting to work on my fitness level as well, and with all of that on deck time is becoming scarce. I’ve been handling things well so far, but I am starting to feel worn out, so I have to make a change. The only thing I’m really wishing is that my income would start reflecting how busy I am. I know I’m setting myself up for the future, however it would be nice to have more coming in than I am spending on self-improvement.

I know I’m at way better place in my life than I was. The fact is, I’m not the same person I was when I created this blog. I have developed, grown, and changed since I wrote my first blog post in 2017. I need to keep growing and changing in order to acknowledge the realities of my life. The fact is, I can’t keep going as hard as I have been without making some changes in other parts of my life. I thank everyone for the support, and I look forward to what the future brings on.

Kevin

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