What do I do after all this?
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I’ve been wondering of late what to do after I’ve written about all my music, and finished my Close Encounter blogs? They should take another five weeks or so, if I can ever get back to typing. It may all come down to whether I write any more folk music or not? At present I’m unable to play the keyboards, just as I can’t type very much, hence why I am doing this using the dictation software. I may try to do some music using Apple Loops in GarageBand, or Logic Pro X, but that won’t be as satisfy…and still requires me using my hands.
It’s interesting that since taking up photography again I have had more likes for my photos on Facebook and Twitter then I have had for any of my music or blogs, which makes me wonder if I should completely change what I’m focusing on? Having said that, I have always been someone who doesn’t like concentrating on one thing for very long, or changing to something else after getting bored, and then coming back to what I was doing after I get bored with that too. I think it would be a different matter if the blogs were getting lots of followers, ratings and comments. Don’t get me wrong, they’ve all had more responses than I was ever expecting, but if there were a lot more, then the extra effort that my ME/CFS and other medical conditions make them to be, would be worth it.
So I’m not sure what I’ll do yet? What do YOU think?
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