Out with the Old | A Fresh Start for @brokemancode
It's me @brokemancode.
Hi steemians! I hope you're all doing great. Today, I am going to announce a series that I am launching for my blog. For months, I've been contemplating a lot about what might be a good idea for the series. As you could observe, my blog is somehow disorganized. I don't stick to my niche, always experimenting, and not committing to writing schedules, imagine the struggle. Here's a little background:
A few months ago, I started blogging without a single idea how a blog works. All I know is this: I just need to write . I began experimenting, testing what I am good at and writing what interests me. If you scroll through my blog you will see a ton of food reviews for a short period of time, a bit of movie review, a book review even, and a mix of everything that comes into my mind. To make it short: I can't commit to a series. I even felt lost that I stopped writing for a couple of months. I was idle sometime before December 2017. But upon scrolling through my articles, I noticed something. This I have not realized, not until now. There are two major topics I have consistently posted.
First of all,I am not a professional photographer. Second, I don't own a high class camera. I only own a decent camera phone but somehow I like sharing photographs of anything: a place, thing, person, name it! In short I'm a frustrated photographer (if that's even a thing). Here are some of my photographs.
I am not a huge traveller, so as much as possible,expect my photos to revolve around my hometown "Cebu".
@brokemancode in one of the most historical places in Cebu.
I am not good in poetry. That's one thing for sure. But somehow, I completed the 30 Day Haiku Challenge. It was difficult, trust me! After completing the challenge, I stopped writing. Every single day after the challenge was done, I feel like something's missing. They say it takes 21 days to build a habit. I miss making haiku, though it was kind of challenging (due to the limitation of syllables) but I really like what I was doing and I feel like with every entry,I am improving. Here is a compilation of all my haiku:
Days of thinking and contemplating, I have now come to a conclusion: PhotoHaiku. The idea is very simple and basic. For each entry, I will be posting a photo I personally took followed by a haiku I originally wrote. A short backstory about the photo will then be written if there is. It is very simple, just like the 30 Day Haiku Challenge. But this time, I will be doing it at my own pace, not daily.
Feedbacks are welcome because I know it will help me improve as a writer so feel free to write one below each entry. I hope you will enjoy my works and as usual, I will continue making travel guides, origami tutorials, and other things I usually do. I think that would be all. I hope to see you in my first entry.