So I'm sure many of you have been wondering why this reviews blog has been so inactive in recent months. To be completely honest, the last few months have been pretty busy for me. I think it mainly started with (oddly enough) New Japan's G1 Climax. That tournament takes up so much time over the summer, that it's almost impossible to watch anything else. It's happened every year since I started watching New Japan, and sadly, I don't see that changing anytime soon. Then, back in April, I got my first post-college job, after graduating from Penn State in December. Most of my time during the week is now spent at this new job (I had been working as a contract employee, but I recently became a full-time employee). Plus, I have plenty of other interests that I like to indulge in, and in general, it's pretty difficult now to set time aside to watch shows and review them. Seems like a lot of rambling, but the bottom line is, life can be BUSY, especially when there's a lot of things you want to do.
However, I need to stress that this blog IS NOT going away!!! I still have A TON of stuff I want to watch, and a number of reviews already in the pipeline. Also, I've recently had a change with my work schedule, where I now have Monday's off (which is awesome)!! So that should give me more time to watch shows and write reviews.
I've also been thinking about switching over from eBlogger to an actual website where I can post all my reviews. The one thing I don't like about eBlogger is that it's not very good when it comes to organization (and that annoys someone like me, who likes things to be incredibly organized). I would like to have a website where you can filter my reviews by promotion, by year, and so on. My hope is that I can work something out and have it set up by the end of the year, but even after that, I'll still probably keep this eBlogger version going just so I have a backup site for my reviews.
Again, to reiterate, THIS BLOG IS NOT DEAD!!!! Time has been hard to come by over the last few months, but I'm really planning to get back into it during the final three months of the year.