Part of me thinks it’s because young-adult bloggers aren’t blogging anymore.
Part of me thinks it’s because I need a creative outlet to share links, stories, recipes, and posts about the stuff I find interesting. Afterall, what good is an hour of combing through Google pages for a solution if you can’t share it with the rest of the world.
Part of me thinks it’s to justify my blogging expenses to the IRS.
But mostly I think it has to do with the fact that my site crashed and needed to be re-built from the ground up.
In any case, here’s to a renewed effort to get this thing off the ground again.