Okay, so this title is completely misleading. But don’t worry, I wanted it to be.

I love blogging. If you leave me alone with a laptop and even a semi-questionable Internet connection, I will barely be counted in the world of the living until I need food or drink, or the computer dies. And even then, I can go another twenty minutes or so before I act on any needs. Not gonna lie, I once continued trying to scroll down my Tumblr dashboard for a few more minutes after my computer died out. In my defense, I had had no sleep and was outside where the screen was practically black in the sunlight anyway. Stop it. Stop judging. I’m actually vision-impaired. So you’re JUDGING A DISABLED PERSON. I hope you feel bad.

Regardless of what a bad person you are, this post is about blogging. So just try and focus on that instead of your imminent acceptance into the fiery pits of hell.

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Alright, so it’s no big mystery that I’ve been seriously off the radar lately. After my post about travel blues, I decided that something really needed to be done, and I needed to decide whether I was staying on this trip or heading home. Not gonna lie, there was a big part of me that wanted to go home. But instead of getting angry with me, after my mother read my post, she was pretty understanding and we sat down for a while to decide what we were going to do. And of course, being us, we decided nothing.

The next night, I decided I was going to go home. I wrote up a pros/cons list that looked something like this: More »