I’m an extremely busy person. Most days I barely have time to breathe pretty much. So on top of my work for classes, daily vlogging, & blogging three times a week, it all gets pretty stressful and usually this blog gets put on the back-burner. Ladies, and gentlemen, I may have finally come up with a solution to this problem.
I am officially going to start introducing Guest Posting starting THIS WEDNESDAY!
I hate having to come up with ideas. Yes, you heard me right, I run a blog and I major in Film and I have coming up with ideas. I bet some of you are expecting me to say “I have so many ideas I can’t pick one!!” Well, you’re wrong. I actually have zero ideas 99% of the time. This post idea here? Total bull shit. I came up with it when I realized it was Wednesday and that I needed to keep up with posting things. So, how do I actually come up with ideas? I kinda don’t, but kinda do.
When it was announced that Marvel was releasing another Netflix show, I was automatically excited. I am a lover of Marvel anything so that just immediately excites me for anything Marvel that is announced and released. That being said, when Luke Cage was announced I had no idea what it was about and I kind of just ignored it (very much like Daredevil and Jessica Jones I wanted to be surprised). When I saw him for the first time in Jessica Jones, I immediately became more interested in the idea of the show.
Daily vlogging is a commitment. It’s not just something that I thought of overnight and decided to do one day, it was something that I had been thinking of for a long time. It doesn’t just effect the way you live your own personal life, but it effects the people around you as well, even though you may not think so. It’s not as simple as turning a camera on and recording. So much more goes into daily vlogging.
It’s been a while and I am aware of how long it has been. In my eyes, it has been way to long since I have made this website a first thought in my mind. Everything has been so focused on being a better daily vlogger and establishing myself on Youtube that I have forgotten about this website, and that saddens me. I have no intention whatsoever to leave this website to die and to just leave the domain to expire.
Here’s a low-down on what has happened since the last time I properly posted:
When most people think of fan culture, they think of nerds. When they think of nerds they then think about a bunch of weird people who only talk about nerd things, like a new comic book that they love or a really good science-fiction television series that just started up. For some reason, having a passion about something like a comic book or a science-fiction series just scares some people away. My question is simple: Why?