Writing Assignment: “who I am and why I’m here”

So a few months back I signed up for Blogging 101 to better my blog and over all networking. I almost forgotten all about till the other night when I got an email from them. So after a few hours getting to know some of the people that are taking part in this “class” if you will. We were given our first assignment of “who I am and why I’m here”

Now you can take this anyway you want really. Like: Who are you as a person and what are you doing with your life type of thing? Or why are you here making a blog for the whole world to see and not keeping a dairy for your own personal business? Rather than getting to deep into the meaning of life, I thought I would stick to the basics and talk about who I am and why do I have a blog/podcasts.

12654689_10153759655606839_7299900952342444735_nI’ve always been big on the blogging scene. I remember starting out on LiveJournal (Yeah remember that? haha!) Then I moved on to Blogger with a blog called Geek Feed. I remember this blog wasn’t anything shocking and rather lackluster. Mostly covering video games and what the newest technology was for that time. Vary rarely I would post anything personal on that blog.. But after 3 years of that, I shut that blog down and started up a new one called Ghosts A GoGo Toons. That was more of a personal blog and I used it showcase my art work that I do. I remember it was mostly a gallery style blog or a portfolio if you will, with vary little writing content. I ran that blog for almost 10 years (almost). Back then I was using Myspace to update my journal or blogging posts. Yes I know Myspace…  I’ve been around for awhile and seen the rise and fall of many sites and technologies.

But I shut down a lot of my blogs there for awhile, only to keep my Facebook and Twitter. Mostly to keep in touch with my friends and nothing more. I had a lot of personal problems come about that were changing everything and need to focus on that. To figure out where I was going and why? I was rather a dark time for myself and at times I wish not to remember it. But it has built me into the person I am today and that would be the bright side of things. I recall I need an outlet, something I can share my life and the things I was going through. Yet also share things I find funny & interesting.

So in 2012 I made Nerdy Life Of Mine! This blog as been a different beast all together. I have learned so much from other people on what to do. I’ve learned so many things on a trail and error bases and I’m happy how things turned out. Sharing everything about my life and helping others with the lessons I’ve learned. This site has also open many of doors I thought I never see open. Podcast for one! I’ve always loved podcasting, just never thought I would be apart of one or make one. I believe this will be my fourth year doing podcasting and now I’m a host, editor, producer. The people I’ve met while doing this are amazing and have become some of the closest friends I’ve had in awhile.. What is odd and great at the same time, is that we never really met in person. Most of them live in Canada or on the east coast of the US. But I talk and work with these people more than some of the other people I work with in person hahaha.

There hasn’t really been a pattern or theme to my writing. It’s life and things change, it always changes. But at the end of 2015 and going into 2016 I wanted to try and make a current theme and that goes with my writing as well. I think that’s why I started doing my Star Trek Book Challenge, I love reading and I’m able to read these book rather quickly and write about them once or twice a week. Same thing with my podcasts, I do about 3 to 4 a month and post about them and share the links. Helping make a better body of work and also keep my readers/followers interested in what I’m doing.

Going into this year I’ve seen some big changes and doors are slowly opening up for me. I’m able to work as a Press/Reporter for events (like Comic Con) and I wasn’t able to before! I’ve also got to interview some rather big icons and share their stories. So things are looking up! I really don’t have a goal this year. I wanted to focus on fine-tuning my blog and networking skills. I think that’s why I’m taking part in this Blogging 101, I think this will help me get where I need to be and build on my readers.

On that note I would like thank everyone who does follow me and reads my misadventures! It really means a lot, because with out you guys. None of this would be happening or possible.

10 Replies to “Writing Assignment: “who I am and why I’m here””

  1. Hiya! I’m coming over from the Blogging 101 class. I love the look of your blog, and it was interesting reading about your blogging history (I remember blogging on MySpace, too). You seem to have a good sense of humor, and I’m interested to know more about your podcasts, so I followed your blog.

    I think you’ve followed mine, so I thank you for that! I hope you find the site helpful/informative/interesting.

    Take care! Looking forward to more of your posts.

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  2. ^5 on your Nerdy Life! I enjoyed reading your “who Iam …” You defiantly carried my attention with your writing and made me want to check out the rest of your blog. Your whole site looks so organized and together. you may notice me lurk through : )

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  3. This seems like an interesting way to discover new topics. I’ve been really lax in my blog posts lately (as I’m sure you’ve noticed), not because of lack of time (though sometimes), but just lack of ideas.

    My original theme of being a beginning freelancer has changed, seeing as I’m actually employed now and hardly freelance, so perhaps I should do a restart of the blog to match the random things I post now….

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      1. Sooooo….remember that earlier conversation? Yeah, here’s the response to that – https://freelancerr.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/a-new-freelancer-r/

        As mentioned, I’m leaning towards a more general writing site, especially given my job position, though I’m not sure how to do it. Should I keep the old site and just change URL and add sections? Or start a new site that links to Freelancer R, but pull relevant pages over?

        Ugh! This was totally a bad time to stop taking methamphetamines!

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      2. Vary cool and thank you for the shout out :). I think changing the name and over all feel to the site would be the best way to go. That way you will have the main body of ask the work you have done in one place. In the pasted I’ve tried running multiple blogs at once. It’s a massive headache and you can burn yourself out quickly.

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