No one wants to be lied to, especially when browsing through someone’s work, monetizing every moment you visit.
We all know that website owner who writes on any topic, including personal ones, have to pay the bills somehow. Why else would we be encouraged to continue writing? Trust me when I say that if the website is not doing well or there are no incentives, the site will be dormant, and the owner will have given up on it.
Some people create websites to push an online store or promote a webinar. Me? I am using my website therapeutically.
The only monetization I will use is reader support links, such as buy me a coffee (link available soon) and Google Adsense. For the time being, I am not affiliated with any marketing group. This website is self-funded, allowing me full control over how I want to share things.
I used to ramble my thoughts on Facebook to get things off my chest, but then I realized I was providing free content and engagement for a social media platform that rarely cares about you.
That is why I have decided to focus my thoughts on my website.
Topics To Be Discussed
I will discuss life and share experiences with you. Something that I say can help you. I will also be documenting the life of my cats. Yes, my cats.
I will also talk about movies, tv shows, and books I recently finished. Those may be useful to someone as well. To my blog, of course. I stay off the trending topics but sometimes talking about the latest and greatest through opinions of my own can be helpful and not harmful.
I have experimented with many productivity tools and would love to do a comparison or technical guide on my page to share my knowledge. I am a guru in life, but it did not come without mistakes.
Most mistakes include time management and thinking I can handle ten thousand things simultaneously. I realized that dreams are possible if you manage your time correctly. Some of my tools are not digital. They involve strategically working with yourself, a pen, and paper.
One of my strengths is staying positive and being resilient. No, I am not creepy positive. I look at the bigger picture regardless of how bad things get. I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. Obstacles ate meant to test strength. The only failure is when you choose to walk away. It is not easy to accept change, but change is part of growth.
I want to share ways to remain positive and create a different way to view scenarios. Just because one person failed at something does not mean you will. That’s the beauty of being an individual. We all have different ways of leading, and you would be surprised at where your strength lies. It may be someone else’s downfall.
We all have that moment that drags us down. While it is easier to remain down until someone picks you up, it is more fulfilling to get up yourself and back on your feet.
Where you are in life speaks volumes. Where are you, and do you believe you are where you should be in life? Share in the comments if you want to start a conversation. If not, thanks for stopping by and reading. I truly appreciate it and wish you a great day and end of the year.