The most important thing to do is (disconnect) write.
The celebrations have begun.
Seasoning a new wok. I discovered the order of tasks: scrub, burn, oil, smoke. Might apply to other areas of my life.
I’m not hard to find, it’s just a long way to get here.
Writing in my notebook, thinking about pros and cons of publishing mediums — Substack and Patreon, micro blogging and tweets, RSS readers — things could be opening up and my technical brain senses an opportunity. My new job is influencing my thoughts. But what do I want to make?
Leaving Twitter means letting go of likes, of retweets, of follower counts, of dopamine hits for interactions, of analytics to measure success, but you know, conversations can happen anywhere.
Knowing you can leave helps you stay.
Currently reading: Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams 📚