Well, it’s been a while since I updated this old thing!
My dad has this habit, I’m not going to say it’s bad (but it’s on the border!), of printing out tonnes of health articles and stuff like “Top 10 Brain Foods” from random bloggers around the net. Half of these articles say the same thing as the next one but then some say totally different things so in his quest to find the Top 10 Brain Foods, he’s actually found like thirty.
Anyway, the point is, I’ve been thinking that my blog is rubbish in comparison to these well-worded, informative health ones. In fact, I had half a mind to delete it. What do I even talk about? The Script!? Does that even qualify as a good enough subject matter? COURSE IT DOES, I hear myself cry. But let’s be serious. Of the people who view my posts, I bet half of them stumble upon them by accident, a couple find them from my profiles on various sites, and then some of my Twitter followers click on the automated link that gets sent out whenever I publish a new post. Nobody actually Googles ‘Why I Love The Script’, now do they?!
When I started this blog, I thought it’d be like a diary, and for a while it was. I posted about a whole load of personal stuff (omitting specific names of course) but then I thought I was giving away too much so I ended up giving the whole thing a revamp and now I seem to find myself talking about music and books most of the time.
I’ve been reading a lot of factual books recently. I find myself going to the local library at lunch and borrowing books about allotments, entrepreneurs, stress management and all that sort of mid-life crisis stuff. It’s interesting!
I shouldn’t be doing it though. My exams are coming up in the second week of June (Monday 10th, Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th) and I really need to get to grips with the syllabus. There’s so much I don’t know! Foreign subsidiaries, consolidated cash flows, and that’s only one part of one paper! When I think about it, I get a bad feeling. I’ve never failed anything in my life and I don’t want to start now. If I did though (which I hope I don’t!), I’m more concerned about other peoples’ reactions. Will everyone think I’m an idiot? I wish I didn’t care but I can’t help it!
Did this post even have a point?! Argh, I need a cuppa tea!