I’ve put promises left and right. I tried to motivate myself and my fellow writers by leaving strong words whenever I had the chance to grasp them and utilize them on any of the blogs we command. But, is there really any space to return to blogging? For me? For my fellow Pinoy Teens Contributors? For the Philippine Teens Media?
A lot of things have been bothering me, well, hindering me from doing any blogging at all. This includes but is not limited to the people in real life who consume a lot of the time that used to be dedicated for blogging. I’m not blaming them or anything, I’m pointing out that I need to be more disciplined about my schedule. Also, the schedule at which time I go to bed.
Can I still make it into the blogging scene?
I think, I can consider my 350 Dollar Adsense (on a single day) Earning last year as a little stint into the blogo-sphere. I mean, since then, a lot of other bloggers joined us blogging about the fight and providing information (whilst others were just after the money) on how to watch the fight online. From my part of the blogging world, I see the little achievement as a decent contribution for the vibrant blogging community that started blogging about Manny Pacquiao and his fights.
We’re working right now in creating a few new blogs on which we are going to be blogging on starting this April, yes, April, about three months late from the promised 2010 fire kickoff.
I’m wondering what things have changed since then, and how we’re going to cope and adopt to those changes. But one thing is for sure, if we won’t try it, we’ll never know it. So, watch out for the return of Pinoy Teens Online and the outbreak of the Philippine Teens Media, on a monitor near you!