My dear readers,

I’m going on hiatus again. This time it will be a bit longer and may even last for years. Not that I’ve been updating this blog on a regular basis. If you look at my update history, you’ll know that I’m such an inconsistent blogger at best.

For those two avid followers of this blog, you deserve an explanation. The only reason I am taking a break is that I have to focus my time and effort on my start-up company.

Blogging takes the bulk of my time. Writing articles and editing photos and videos need a lot of effort and creativity. I just don’t have the time to maintain this blog and be more creative at this stage in my life.

It all boils down to setting priorities and unfortunately blogging is not on my priority list right now.

If there’s one thing I learned from the past, it is the saying that goes: “Jack of all trades, master of none.” I tried doing everything at the same time with unsatisfactory results. I think it’s time for me to focus on one project at a time. That way, I can always give my best.

This is not really goodbye. If it’s any consolation, I will still be active in most of my social media accounts. No promises, though. I may or may not post any photos or updates as my schedule allows. You can still follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - @WanderingDylan. See the links below:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wanderingdylanblog
Twitter: https://twitter.com/wanderingdylan
Instagram: http://instagram.com/wanderingdylan

Thank you for journeying with me all these years. I really appreciate it. Until we meet again soon.

Sincerely yours,

Dylan

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