On Content and Time Management

It’s probably fairly obvious that I have no  regular schedule, or any frequent level of content to be posted.  Alas, that is unlikely to change much in any significant fashion.  My motivations for setting up this site were fairly simple: I had the resources and felt like sharing my experiences.  This is nothing more than a hobby in a sense.  On that basis, there are certain considerations to factor in regard to hobbies and time.

As with many people, the bulk of my time each week is spent at work.  In the remaining time available to me, I’ve many things competing for my attention, or even dedication.  I play games, namely RPGs, which are their own special time sink.  I watch anime, and other various TV shows, each a fixed decrement on the time with which I can do things.  I like to read, something that I have not put enough time into of late.  The list continues.  One should think time management in regard to free time to be a nightmare.  In truth, it sucks.

That brings me to the point of this post.  My trying to adhere to a regular, consistent schedule is something I don’t foresee happening, and would seem to serve counter to the enjoyment of my free time, even if producing content would be my choice at the moment.  Turning a hobby such that it looks like a job defeats the purpose of a hobby to begin with.  With that said, it is my hope to be more consistent with posts and content in the future.  Mayhap I’ll even extend my sources to include other topics, such as my experiences in gaming.  Only valuable and unmanaged time will tell.


    • chris on 12 March 2020 at 07:10
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    If you still own your Namiki Nightline skyline, would you ever consider selling it?

    1. No, I don’t think I ever would. It’s definitely one of those that just leave me with that nice, satisfied feeling, be it while using it, or simply looking at it.

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