Let’s Not Call it a Resolution

It’s been a while. Nearly five and a half years, actually. But I’m writing again, and I’m planning to keep writing.

At the end of 2015 I made an agreement, with myself, that I would resurrect my blog and that I would write more often.

The intention has always been there but other things have pulled my focus. Since the last time I wrote a proper blog post, a lot has happened, some of which I will write about in the coming weeks and months, but writing on the blog was somehow relegated to the sidelines. I could say that it’s taken a while for me to get over the loss of Posterous and get my arse into gear, but I’d be stretching the truth somewhat.

It would also be unfair of me to say that life has gotten in the way of my writing, as I’ve very much enjoyed the last five and a half or so years. But, there’s no doubt that while becoming a dad and doing the whole parenting dance has been lots of fun, it sure takes up a lot of time – especially when there’s three little ones to contend with – and that’s not likely to change any time soon.

So, starting with this post, I’m going to write more often. It’s not a new year’s resolution or a personal challenge, but I am setting myself a not insurmountable minimum target of at least one meaningful post a month. Expect commentary and posts on an eclectic mix of things that I’m interested in – food, rugby, software development, design, travel – as well as the occasional rant from time to time.

I’m looking forward to it. Again.

Author: Anthony Williams

Geek. Coder. Dad of 3. Black Belt Karateka. Leamington Geeks founder/co-organiser. Sarcastic.