Jellyfish has announced that he has officially retired from the blogging sphere in order to free up his time for some other reasons best known to himself. Here's to wish him good luck in whatever he plans to do and all successes, even when he is not blogging.
He didn't say much in his post and we respect his decision. In the first place, nobody should use too much of their personal time in blogging (with no offense).
Speaking about blogging, for me, it is not a race or a proof to anyone that my blog ROCKS. As I have said before, I blog when I have inspiration or feeling to write on something.. When my inspiration comes back to my job, I will put it there because it will bring bread (and drumsticks) to my table. And I comment on other blogs during my tele-conferences or after lunch.
As I have mentioned before I am not a 'full-time' blogger and I blog to fill up some inspiration gaps. Of course, I am terribly honored to have your comments and your visits to read the ridiculous stuff which I wrote or posted.
Somehow, as people got closer to blogging, some of them felt obligated to update their blogs everyday and wrote whatever that came to their minds, including their lunches and dinners (invasion of privacy?).
Such 'unnatural obligations' may add unnecessary pressures to their already busy lives and they may throw in the towel and 'retire' or 'resign'.
For me, I share my joy of the dogs, cats, cars, travels, and some of my favorite jokes which I read and post them for any like-minded people to enjoy. I give no excuse for repeats and will certainly not hesitate to knock the teeth of those who complained, since I do not charge them for reading my stuffs here (considering my professional rates).
Again, I quote the wise Panda, the word here is moderation. Taken as spices in my already interesting life, blogging will be my lifetime experience and learning; but definitely not the main course nor priority! Amen...
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