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Where do I start?
I have seen, read and studied many, many blogs. I trusted that the owners of the blogs seemed to know what they were doing. Everything was in their hands. Easy-peasy.
But now everything is in my hands. I’m the one in control of what other people read. And that’s quite scary.
Ever since I wanted to start a blog, I used to think that once I’ve created a URL on WordPress, I’d immediately know what colors I wanted to use, the pictures to go with each article, not to mention what I wanted to say on my first post.
It’s sort of like how you always visualize yourself on a stage doing amazingly awesome at whatever-you-like-to-do (dancing, singing, reciting 100 digits of pi, etc.), but when you actually get up on the stage for real, you kind of freeze up. Everybody’s watching you. All the pressure is on you. And there is no room for mistakes. Terrifying, ain’t it??
And as it turns out, creating a blog is not as easy as make-your-own-URL-and-sign-up-for-WordPress-and-ABRACADABRA-you-have-a-blog. I had no idea how many steps that I needed to take (and still need to take) just to make a website address. I can’t even remember all the steps — it’s so complicated.
My point is: I have no idea what I’m doing, and I’m lost and confused.
I guess I could have just said that. There is a reason I’m calling myself the RambleBeast, you understand. I talk way too much for my own good.
In this blog, I hope to do art showcases, nerdy rants, a bit of writing stuff, some Jesus-freakish stuff and possibly a bunch of other random thingamajigs. I’m honestly not sure where this will take me.
As of now, my post-time will be pretty inconsistent. You may likely catch me posting a bunch of stuff for three consecutive days, followed by two-month utter silence. It all depends on my unpredictable inspiration. Sometimes I really wish it didn’t have a mind of its own. . .
Advice on blogging is very much encouraged! I need all the help I can get! I’m SO excited I finally get to do this!! Here’s to yet another blog floating in Cyberspace.