Let’s get this out of the way: I won’t be writing here as much as I used to.
Over these three months, I’ve written 38 posts about my passion — television. I’ve tried my hand at reviews, weekly recaps, criticism, lists and some more. It’s been really, really fun.
But good things must end. Even the best ones.
When I started this blog, I had just graduated from university. I had all the time in the world. I watched TV with a great appetite and had the rest of my days to chew on what I had watched, presenting my thoughts in a coherent way on your screen.
However, as I started a full-time job, my time has been rudely taken away from me. My TV hours are limited, and what little is left I have not managed to spare on writing.
I wish I could have made this blog my full-time job, but I am not distraught that this has not happened.
Instead, I am deeply thankful to whoever has read any one of my posts over these months. It’s a privilege to write and have people from all over the world read my words.
This will not be a total and absolute death of my blog, I hope; I reserve my right to pop by with a post once in a while. What I cannot afford to do is to write extensively twice a week.
In any case, nothing is truly dead in today’s television landscape. Even if a show’s clock ticks to 0, it can still Live Another Day. Or get a fourth (and fifth) season at Netflix. Or be Reborn.
I won’t compare this blog to those popular shows. However, I have faith that some day in the future, when I am back to twiddling my thumbs, I’ll have that loose TV-related thought that I’ll refine and eventually put down in writing.