Searching for Value

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Blurred vision.
Blurred vision.

Joel’s Journal - Entry #115 - 2/23/2017

Today was one of those days where I didn’t have a spare minute to think for myself.

From assignments in the morning to interviews in the afternoons and meetings in the evening, it felt like my brain was running at full tilt until I walked into my door around 8:30 tonight.

For that reason, my capacity to write anything further is very limited, and I’m of the mind that whatever I write henceforth is just going to be absolute garbage. Yet, here I am continuing to write, I don’t know if that’s a good or a bad thing?

Anyways, I’ve been thinking a lot about what I write about in these journals and I keep asking myself what sort of value I’m brining to you, the reader.

I know this helps me in a very cathartic way to relax at the end of the day, but I don’t want this writing to just be about me, I want you all to take something from this as well, and I want you to have a reason to come back every day. I feel like there is a lot that I can offer in terms of exciting things to write about because each of my days is completely different from the one before, but I don’t feel like that’s the main focus here. I think I’m missing something and for the last few weeks I’ve been trying to find it with no luck.

So I’m turning to you readers. Any of you, if you’ve been here many times before, or it’s your first time, let me know what it is that you continue to come back for. Is it the writing? The stories? The advice? The photography?What would you like to see more of? I really want to help tailor my content so that it better suits you as well as me.

And that’s really all I have today, drop me a comment and let me know (please, do it!) and I’ll gladly take all suggestions.

Thanks for reading, and be sure to keep doing what you love and doing it well.


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