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My Yearly “I Should Write More” Post

It’s the day before Christmas Eve and I just wrapped up my yearly ritual of cleaning and updating of my websites. Turns out, even if you don’t update your blog more than a few times a year, you can still always feel inspired to make updates to it for when you find the motivation in the future to write!

I’m glad to have cleaned up the general layout of my blog, streamlined the navigation and flow, and even touched up my portfolio site while I was at it. If I am paying monthly to host two websites, I might as well do some small upkeep on them, right?

Now that I am all set with that yearly chore, it’s time for the next step which is to quietly mumble the phrase “I should write more on my blog” and start writing a post that may or may never be published before I close the WordPress app on my iPad, never to return to it for another 365 days.

Writing is funny to me… I love it. It’s a great escape and helps me so much with collecting my thoughts on just about everything. Despite the joy and creativity it brings me, I always struggle to stick with it. I’ll spend more time being my own project manager, scheduling out post ideas and drafts, and even larger projects to do on my blog itself, than actually just sitting down and writing. Granted, all of that sounds about right considering what I do for a career as a Producer in the video games industry.

So yeah, here we are, December 23rd, 2021 and I have written a little update on my blog and I am just about ready to click publish, so at least there’s that!

Will I keep up with this? Historically speaking, the odds aren’t looking great, but I sure hope I do and love to try and defy the odds! I have a lot of things I would like to write and share, so here’s to (maybe) writing just a little bit more in the months and years to come!

Till next time, whenever that time comes…

Nick

Nick is a games industry professional with several years experience publishing across AAA and Indie. His recent work has been on the blockbuster music game franchises Rock Band and Dance Central.

He also is an avid gamer, tech enthusiast, and mozzarella stick critic.

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Nick is a games industry professional with several years experience publishing across AAA and Indie. His recent work has been on the blockbuster music game franchises Rock Band and Dance Central.

He also is an avid gamer, tech enthusiast, and mozzarella stick critic.

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