The End of A Physical Perspective

Many times I considered giving up on blogging. I always joke around with people that it’s a full-time job, because it kind of is.

If you’re not writing a post, sharing on social, responding to readers, and commenting on other blogs (tired yet?), you’re thinking about your next post and possibly the post after that.

But whenever I think about the “work” that goes into blogging, I think about the “awesome” instead. It’s actually quite easy to do, because there has been a lot of awesome.

Almost three years ago I started this blog, and I am not lying when I say that I had absolutely no freaking clue what I was doing. I knew that it was a big commitment, which is why I shied away from it before and why I refused to take on the responsibility at my job at the time.

I just knew. It’s a lot.

Back then I started a blog because I needed a platform as a writer, especially an Indie Author who nobody would have a chance of hearing about otherwise. I heard phrases like “build a tribe”.

Build a tribe? How in the hell am I supposed to do that? Is anyone ever going to read this crazy shit?

At first, nobody really did. Except for family and friends…thanks, guys. xoxoxo

But then, I started meeting people in the blogging community—people I had never met and had no association with my family or friends who might have forced them to visit. There were some likes, even a few comments, and eventually they shared.

I first came up with the title for this blog, A Physical Perspective, when I felt like I needed some sort of title.

It was thought of on a whim. I remember standing over my dining room table on an evening after work or something and writing it on a notepad.

It’s open to interpretation, which I won’t go into here, but I started thinking recently…who cares?

And, I listened to my people.

It’s very rare when any of you guys even use that name, because you say “Britt’s blog”. So, going into another wild year with this blog, I have ditched my old name.

Many of you were here the other day for Zen’s Life Enthusiast post, and you commented on the new look. Thank you all for your sweet compliments.

I think the space better represents who I am and what I have to say. There’s no need for a fancy blog title that leaves you scratching your head about the meaning.

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This is Britt’s blog.

I am a flawed human just like everybody else, and all I do is write nonsense that sometimes makes sense. I am a Life Enthusiast, because I am flawed…and that means I’m alive.

Thank you all for being here. I’m excited to share many more of life’s ridiculously gorgeous moments with you…my tribe.

53 thoughts on “The End of A Physical Perspective

  1. When I saw the title, I though, Oh! There goes another one… 😦 But no! You’re not leaving, you’re evolving. All good! Love the new look too and I somehow missed the previous post which I am going to read, tout de suite!

  2. I thought the same as Dale, and instantly felt sad, but thankfully you aren’t going away, YAY! I suspected something was up with the new look, which I love btw. Isn’t spring cleaning and clean up and change fun. It does seem to renew ones purpose and perspective (no pun intended). Glad to see that you will still be in the community of blogging 🙂

    1. It was a mean title, wasn’t it? Seems like I always make wardrobe and blog changes in the springtime. Great time for a makeover.

      Glad to be here, Deb. Thanks for your lovely support!

  3. I also freaked a little when I saw the title in my inbox and thought, What?? What do you mean?? We just got acquainted! Thank goodness it’s just the end of a physical title but not your physical blog (sorry, just had to do that…. moving on). I’ve been through the rebranding thing myself so I get it. It’s kind of hard to blog for a couple years and NOT change the way we approach it. Here’s to more blogging seasons ahead!

    1. Sorry, honey! I went for drama and freaked everyone out. Haha, I see what you did there with the word play on “physical”!

      Agreed. It was time to make a big change. After a year, it was the Life Enthusiast Chronicles and now a new name. Well, not a new name. My name. Cheers to many more blogging seasons!

  4. Me too – I thought noooooooooooooo! 😦 Not that the ending of a blog means the world stops turning but because you’re a bright light in the blogosphere Britt. So call it what you like dear 🙂

  5. You scared me – talk about a title with a hook :)! I’m happy to hear you’re not completely disappearing. I’ve been thinking the same kinds of thoughts. Things have been crazy at work and they always get crazier in the summer. Then there’s the added stress of blogging and not being able to visit everyone as often as I’d like to because work takes every ounce of time and energy. Revising and querying can become a full-time job in itself so suddenly we have 3 or 4 full-time jobs to deal with – no wonder we’re insane! But at least blogging has the added benefit of meeting people like you. If we ever do completely disappear, I know we’d still be friends. You make Portland look like so much fun that I just might have to move out there anyway.

    1. Haha, yes. The hook worked a little too well!

      I don’t feel like I can leave this amazing space. As long as I take a break every now and then, and continue to grow and evolve, I want this in my busy ass life. It’s too important for us to drop it, Sheila doll. I know how crazy it all is, but we do it for a reason.

      You can move out here any day. I’d love to have a blogger buddy in the neighborhood!

  6. I think it’s a great idea, and you have a great name to do it with. Britt is so classy, yet fun sounding. If I ever do completely make ‘The Write Transition,’ meaning I completely cross over to the other side, then I imagine I’ll do the same. But my name is not nearly as cool!

    1. Why, thank you! The only thing I ever heard about my name (as Brittney) was from a mean little boy in elementary school who said it means “biscuit” and biscuits are gross.

      Oh, stop it. Your name is dandy.

  7. Funny, was just thinking how the name always reminded me that I’m still in this world… the physical one, I mean… and that it’s a pretty nice world to be in. 🙂

    The new design does look very classy. That’s you, all right.

    1. Sorry, lovely! It’s all of this marketing experience I’m getting at work now. My hook worked a little to well with that dramatic title. Excited to spend many more blogiversaries with you.

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