It’s been around three months since graduation, and life doesn’t feel like it has changed much to be quite honest.
I’m happy to say I got a new job as a part-time radio news anchor which is a good step in the right direction of my career. I’ve been working at another office, so I can start saving up some money for… well, I’m not really sure yet. I’ll figure that out later.
Since graduation, I’ve also joined two local writers groups, so I can have an in-person writer community. I loved having a community to talk about my writing projects with at school, so I wanted that to continue post-grad. So, far it’s been amazing. It’s kept me busy as well as accountable on my own projects.
These groups have inspired me to work on my novels and other projects that have been in the works for a few months now. I’m hoping to write more about them once I’ve met them some more.
I like having a busy schedule, so now that my days have been filled up more, I feel better and more optimistic about the future.
However, it still feels like I’ll be going back to school at the end of the month. I think the fact that I’ve graduated will really hit me once the semester begins.
I’m hoping I’ll get to talk about a secret project I’ve been working on soon. If you look around my website, then it’s not so secret, but I’m definitely planning to make an announcement about it before the year ends.
With that said, I will be taking a short hiatus from this blog. I’ve got a lot of projects I’ve taken up, and I’d like to really give them all my attention. It takes a lot longer to write my blog posts than I’d like to admit, so I’m thinking if I focus on these projects, I can come back with great, quality blog posts for you all. Thank you for understanding.
I hope you’re doing well, and if you’re not, I’m sending you a massive electronic bear hug.