When I hit my 30 day anniversary with Triond I wrote a Happy Anniversary piece and included some statistics about how far I’d come in just 30 days with Triond. I then spent the next 60 days wondering whether staying with Triond was worth it.
That’s right. I’ve been on an emotional and confusing journey with Triond for the last 60 days. Should I stay? Should I go? Is it worth it? What’s the point? Am I wasting my time? These and a million other questions have (at times) exhausted me as I tried to decide whether Triond was right for me.
For a look back at my first 30 days with Triond you may read: 30 Days with Triond – 30 Days of Triond Success.
Please do not feel obligated to click if you aren’t inclined. The upshot of my continuation as a freelance writer with Triond is this:
If you do look back at the first 30 days you might realize that much of the second month was not spent with a clear focus on Triond. It was then that I waffled the most about what to do. But by the middle of the third month I had reached several conclusions:
My Ultimate Conclusion?
I’m not going anywhere for now. I do have another site that I write for and do believe that (AC) is my main home as an online writer. If I may be so bold as to call Triond my second home, then so be it. And how lucky am I?
Because the bottom line is that – as an online writer – you must be comfortable with the avenue you choose to share your voice. I do find comfort at Triond; for all of the reasons listed above and several more:
And last but certainly not least, my fans. Where would I be without you? One of the greatest perks about being an online writer is that you are reading me. You may even be liking what I write. And that does matter to me. Thank you, sincerely, for your continued support of my quest to share my voice with the world.
And here’s to the previous (roller coaster) 3 months, Triond. And also (hopefully) to many more. Cheers!
4 Quick Writer Tips:
If you have been a fan of my writing for any length of time you may have read these tips before. I believe they deserve repeating and encourage you to give each some thought – every time you sit down to write.
Thanks again to all who have made my first 90 days with Triond so enlightening, rewarding, crazy, fulfilling, tiring, frustrating, maddening, fun, happy, crazy…oh, I said that already. So now let’s get to work on reaching that 6 month goal.
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