Where Does the Time Go?

I won’t lie. Looking at the stats on my site depresses me. I’m not depressed because I don’t have many followers, or I’m lacking clicks or views. I’m depressed because I see how much time has elapsed since I’ve actually updated this page.

In the intervening months, I’ve published several short stories, helped to edit a great anthology, and edited a brand new speculative fiction humor magazine. However, I haven’t been transparent about much of that at all on my social media or web pages.

I guess that it’s hard for me to sit down and just do it. There seems to always be something more pressing, and I guess, for me, there is. The truth is, we make time for what’s important to us. My web presence fades in and out of importance in my life. I realize that to have much presence as an indie author, it’s important to actually have SOME presence.

I don’t make New Year’s resolutions, but if I did, I guess mine would be several weeks late. So, here it is, for anyone out there in cyber space reading this: I resolve to be more present on the web. Sort of. As much as my time and other priorities allow. 🙂

Thanks for reading.

Published by AdamJStump

Adam is a husband and father of four boys. He is a pastor in the United Methodist Church in the Western Pennsylvania Conference. He is passionate about connecting with people at every possible level and creating real community. His first love is for God and hopes to show that love in the way he lives.

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