My blog hasn’t been around a long time – I haven’t been around a long time. But, I think it is fairly obvious that you could get a bit of anything when you show up here. We may be watching baby alligators in a swimming pool, talking about termite inspections, memeing anybody I can think of, or analyzing the importance of DOMs…ya just don’t ever know – heck, I don’t even know – I drink the same coffee nearly every morning, but the topics are still different.
Now, I know this breaks one of the blogging rules that says to have a primary focus (Tony, Rhonda, and Deborah aren’t the only ones who feel this way – I hear it a lot). I tried that – don’t look at me like that, Lar! I really did. This was a real estate blog about, well, real estate. Specifically homes in the Richmond Hill area. But, Richmond Hill, while an up and coming town, is still small (Chris does not get to comment on this point.)
Then, as it is customary for bloggers to do, I started reading other blogs. There are a bunch of people out there with a lot to say. Guess what – that’s why I fit in. Surprise, surprise – I’ve got a lot to say too and it doesn’t all have to do with real estate.
So, I made a “personal blog.”But guess what – it’s not all personal. A lot of it is “business/life momentum” (I’ll think of a cool catch phrase later.) I decided I am NOT starting another blog for my different thought processes…I would have eleventy billion. Who has that kind of time?
Therefore, this blog may break this one rule, but it strictly follows two others.
- I have a goal – to invite you to get to know me and, hopefully, you’ll allow me to get to know you.
- I have a voice – and it is my own. I am responsible about what I put out on the internet, but what is approved for posting is transparently me.
Those things are more important to me that being singularly focused. After all, as Athol so observantly pointed out, my other blog is entitled Beautiful Chaos…there must be something about it I like.