It’s hard to believe a year has passed since Quarter Life Views was initially launched.
Back when I first set out to take on this project, I did so, hoping that I could accomplish an annual goal that would give me an extra sense of fulfillment for the year. To provide an outlet where I could just write, share my thoughts, and offer a little insight for the people who took the time to dive into my posts.
One year later, I can confidently smile knowing a grand aspiration I set has come to fruition.
Despite the ups and downs of meeting self-set deadlines and combating endless bouts of writer’s block, this project has been an extensive learning opportunity for me, constantly pushing me to strive for higher levels of written delivery; levels in truth, I didn’t know I could tap into. And while this was a commitment focused around my personal ambition, I can’t help but think that if it weren’t for the amazing support I received from all of you, this post may have carried a more melancholic tone.
So, thank you.
Thank you for every read. Thank you for every like. Thank you for every share. Thank you for every message, in-person pat-on-the-back, and words of encouragement. You have no idea, how bright my day turned with your small acts of support.
Reflecting back, it’s eye-opening for me to realize how much power we carry in delivering moments of happiness in the lives of others. Simply clicking a like button or sending a message that takes 10 seconds has profound, lasting implications.
I hope reading these posts has been of value to you and, hopefully, will continue to be of value in the future, as I don’t intend on ceasing this blog. Albeit the frequency of my posts may go down as I undertake my new annual goal of learning to code, rest assured, the quality will not be compromised.
Thank you once again for all the love and support,