Why Am I Doing This?
Today’s post is going to be a little bit meta because it provides one answer to the question “why am I doing this?” In case you’re joining me recently, I’ve been working on “It Can Be Easily Done” for around a year, in my spare time, from initial concept to the site that you see today. It’s been a learning experience for sure, and bit by bit the site is taking off.
However, it’s also been a lot of work. Why work on a blog rather than anything else I could be doing? I could be reading. I could be playing video games. I could hit the club (I guess!?!). I could be decompressing after a long day of work by any means possible. But I’m not. I’m blogging. And on that note, should you start a blog, too?
Why am I doing this?
For me, “It Can Be Easily Done” is a way to spend my time investing in myself (and hopefully help you along the way). While there are articles that provide listicles about how to invest in yourself or cite studies that suggest high rates of return from doing so, I want to dive a bit deeper into the math and show why when investing in yourself the odds are ever in your favor.