15 July 2013
Five Years of Daybreak
I've been blogging for 5 years? That's half a decade already! :o
To the new visitors, I welcome you and thank you for stopping by.
To the returning readers, I thank you for coming back to my humble blog.
In the recent months, I tend to get occupied with all sorts of things. As a result I don't as much time to myself as I would have wanted. This together with a mild fatigue both physically and mentally did drag me down a little. That feeling when you come back home from work, wanting to do your own stuff, but ended up too tired to do so... It can be quite a frustrating feeling, but this is what I am often facing at the moment. Wish I can have more of a break for myself!
While one year is a long period of time, at the same time it didn't feel that long ago I wrote an anniversary post. I know I've been saying that blogging can take up a lot of time for me, but I still want to do it. Why? I do like sharing things out, especially sharing things that I like, and get resonance with those who share similar thoughts, or to discuss about them. As I've said last year, social media does seem like an easier and handier alternative choices to blogging, and it's not surprising that some I know have moved on to them by now. I personally still stick with blogging is that you tend to be able to put much more content in one post, and that it's easier to track back for references. There can also be more value in each post IMHO.
I do talk a bit more of my 1/144 military collections recently. Is that interesting for you, or is it too niche and/or irrelevant to the other stuff I blog about?
And hopefully I will get to put more time back into Gunpla again. Got a lot of them to build after piling more of them over the years!
I humbly thank everyone for reading my blog all this time, as well as those I have met face to face. The comments, emails, and tweets, as well as the meet-ups are truly appreciated!