I sign myself up for too many projects at once. I have great ideas for them, but I want to finish them all at the same time and not have to wait on them to be finished. And I tell people about them, and that adds pressure. I grew up on impulse actions and having to analyze every situation possible, so the behavior carried on.
I think that’s why I have so many domains. Honestly, if lard hadn’t purchased my previous domain name with the intention of harassing me, I would actually release a few of my domains. But the money, for some reason, was wasted in an attempt to do whatever psychotic bullshit action, so I don’t. I’d rather it have gone to some Peek-a-Boo! porn site.
Anyway, I have decided I’m fine with the categories and tags as they are now. I took away the “Reads” page because I couldn’t settle on a look for it that would work with themes I use and as I added new ones. I still have the randomly rotating blogroll widget rolling about, so I decided that it’s enough, and also not too big of a deal.
I changed my email from “hey[+]lizalawson.com” to “iam” at my .me domain, and I’m going to be using that one from now one. Obviously, it’ll be a habit to break and a habit to start, but I’ll get there eventually.
Speaking of eventually, I’m going to rewrite my 25 Before 25. I have made many changes since I made it that interfere with many of the things I’d like to cross off before my twenty-fifth birthday, and I’m wanting to change my priorities with it a bit so they’re more realistic with what I really want for myself rather than what people expect me to want in life and for myself.
As for my other .me domain, I keep saying I’ll be using it more, but I don’t. Therefore, I’m going to try to use it more, and hopefully I’ll get into the habit of doing so. I’ve also started a bundle of what’s shared on the site from here on out, but I can’t promise I’ll remember to use it and/or continue to add to it.
On another note, I’m no longer tagging “family” on posts just because lard is discussed in them. I created a new tag to include him in, along with all other people in general.