Resolution 2021

Oh boy, what a year it’s been. 2020 sure has been great, said nobody. Between the lockdowns, the pandemic, the deaths of people like Alex Trebek and Kobe Bryant, the political unrest, the environmental disasters, and everything else that’s been going on, it’s been a tough year for pretty much everyone.

Of course, 2020 just had to get in a few parting shots on my family. My brother caught the you-know-what virus, though thankfully he only had minor symptoms. One of my uncles nearly had his left hand sawed off in a work accident, and it’s unknown if he’ll be able to use it again. Then, with only two days to go, we learn from an optometrist that Mom needs eye surgery because of some internal bleeding. I hope that things will start to turn around in 2021, and I pray that no unexpected complications arise.

With that off my chest, let’s talk about Tyler DeWriter. Last year, I made a resolution to write at least 25 posts. Not counting the collection and update posts, I reached and even passed that mark. This year, I’m not going to give myself the same kind of goal. Instead, I’m going to work towards developing a more solid structure. I’ve been changing the site layout a bit recently, but that’s not exactly what I had in mind. Rather, my resolution this year is to create a more consistent upload schedule.

You’ve probably noticed by now that there’s no rhyme or reason to when I post. I want to change that. Even if it’s just a loose framework for now, I feel like having a set routine will be more beneficial in multiple ways. At minimum, I would like to start doing the following:

  • 1 Review per month (first half)
  • 1 Poetry Compilation per month (second half)

This roughly aligns with the 25-post goal from last year’s resolution… combine that with Impressions, My Five Picks, The Minds Behind, and other standalone posts, that should push this year’s count to over 30 works. The exact details I can iron out later, but this at least should give me a sense of direction.

To those of you on this page right now, thank you for reading what I’ve written thus far. It means a lot to me, to know that people are interested in hearing what I have to say. Feel free to follow me here if you haven’t done so already, it’ll update you on any future posts I make. I won’t keep you any longer, so have a good evening, and let’s hope the next year isn’t quite as bad!

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