FACT: When your project ideas get big enough, you can't do everything alone. Make friends.
Here's a thing, I have a team of people who love and support me. Thank the universe, they also hold me accountable and forgive me when I act like the love child of Charles Bukowski and Joan Rivers (I wish):
True. I haven't written this week. At least, not here. Sometimes, despite being a brutal insomniac, the days slip away from me.
Since I decided to focus on my creative projects this year, I've had to get brutally honest about how I spend my time. In addition to this blog, I do freelance social media & creative consulting. I'm also developing a series for which the research is...viscerally intense, let's say.
I've been a one-woman show for a while; and I prided myself on building web properties up single-handedly or in small teams. It was an education, for sure. Then there's, you know, all of the parts of life that don't end up on the blog.
Plus, a girl needs a little bit of free time to relax and indulge in some of California's finest agricultural products, if you get me.
So, what I'm saying is, I've been burning the candle at both ends. I am exhausted.
But I am still on a mission. And, LUCKILY ( !!! ) since my post about advertising and monetizing content as well as my personal mission statement "The First Draft of Anything is Shit," a few lovely people have crawled out of the digital woodwork to offer me advice and/or development assistance. I'm happy to be offloading some of the behind-the-scenes work here so I can take a nap shortly.
So what will be happening here?
- The content will still be written and edited by me (and guests).
- The content will (still) be independent of marketing objective.
- The site itself is getting a minor facelift and better organization.
In terms of content and mission, I'm most interested in researching and opening dialogues about human sexuality, love, and how these things transform our lives.
But once in a while creative block still hits. What's a girl to do? Ask her friends for topics: