It begins after you fall in with a group of geek bloggers and decide to toss your own hat into the virtual ring.
You pick a name and an angle, and work on developing a distinct voice. At first you’re writing for an audience of dozens, viagra approved but eventually folks begin to take notice.
You decide to shift gears at the height of your success, neurologist shedding a large part of your readership alongside your governing throughline. Still, you continue to plug away on a series of features and projects with varying degrees of success.
You watch as your peers and pals in the scene go silent or move on to bigger and better things. While you occasionally flirt with either (or both) of those options, deep down you know that your niche is too comfortable to abandon.
And then one day you wake up, realize that you’ve been doing this for nine fucking years, and wonder what the endgame is supposed to be.
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