Looking Back at Older Goals

I used to write my goals down on another blog that I’ve since taken down. Not for my name but as an acupuncturist. I always intended to blog about things of interest to me as an acupuncturist but I’d always end up just doing my New Year goals on it and maybe, if I was really good, one or two other posts during the year.

This last year I’d been thinking of porting the sites I manage over to a different host. I accidentally deleted that blog (though I have a backup) when I was looking at what I could get rid of. However, I decided to see if I’d feel I was missing something without it. I’m not so I left it off. Maybe that will help me blog on this one.

I used to love blogging. I blogged for years as my Siamese cat over at mysiamese.com. I kind of lost interest when there weren’t really any readers and my cat was never particularly popular amongst the large group of folks blogging about their cats. I had a few friends and they were on Facebook and I had created a page for the cats there. Now they’re just on Facebook and I post about them, sometimes, and share cat memes, more often.

Blogging for me was helpful to get me writing every day. And to learn to train my creative voice to say something. I’m not sure I was all that good at it but it was fun while it lasted. My cat, Chey, who was the focus of the blog is no longer with me, but I have plenty of photos of her that were shared with others on the blog.

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