Go away Daily Log. New words coming from turbulent hill

I have decided to take my Daily Log offline in the form of password-locking.

It’s the realisation that my Daily Log isn’t helping me grow my audience. It also reveal too many of my vulnerabilities to the public eye. What’s on the Internet, stays on the Internet.

Although being vulnerable and authentic is key to connecting with people, my Daily Logs reveal much more. And I believe they are counter-productive to me growing as a better, more professional writer.

And I am also aware that I complain way too much in my writing and reflect me badly.

For those of you who wants to read my Daily Log, I can share the password with you.

So what’s next?

I will search for something that I’m passionate about. Could be multiple things. Then I will write about those things.

And fictions will be a bigger part of this site.

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