Making the break from macroblogging official

Yes, it’s pretty obvious I guess. I’ve been taking a step back from posting on social media for several months, but that is not to say that I have abandoned my accounts.

I’m still checking in once and while to make sure all my friends are behaving themselves but I’m formally stepping back from creating my own posts for a little while. I’ve plenty that I could say but every time I try and write a post I’m not happy with my writing style when I read it back to myself.

I’m a little stale. I want to let myself be entertained by everyone else for a couple of months, at least.

Returning to weekly blogging…

Sorry, I had trouble finding an image for this post.

The summary news is that I will be blogging pretty much weekly again, hopefully posting on Thursday as previously.

Next week I’ll explain what has changed and why this is again possible.

Ooh, that all sounds a bit cryptic but it’s likely less exciting than this may sound.

Hopefully, I can catch up with a few of my friends who I followed before.  Also, hopefully, I’ll get acquainted with some new WordPress folk.

Anyways, chau for now (that’s the Latin American spelling on purpose!)

A quick post…

It’s all a bit hectic at the moment.

Who was it who decided that there would only be twenty four hours in a day?

I’d settle for twelve hours if each hour had three hundred minutes.

I’m struggling to schedule in time to even eat.

Oh well, I think that means that the world still needs me around.

I’ll post something much longer next week.

2015 in review

Well, I wanted to post one final blog post for 2015.  Thankfully, WordPress have saved me from posting something about eating or drinking too much.  Yep, their stats helper primates have prepared me this 2015 annual report for this very blog.

Okay, I don’t have the most popular blog in the world as of yet.  But a few people read it and that’s good enough for me.

Here’s to 2016 seeing me being happy, you being happy and the World being happy.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 370 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.