With the new year, it’s easy to get caught up in the festivities and the craziness. However, one must also remember that today is a time of reflection and thoughts for the year going forward. And, as everyone makes their plans for the coming year, I figured I’d make a few resolutions for myself.
1) Watch more “new” shows: As many know, I’ve been pretty much avoiding the legal streaming services, in favor of whatever’s available on DVD, or other physical media. With the ability to finally use these services in my preferred form, I’d like to at least watch more of the upcoming stuff. By the end of the year, I’d like to have at least two reviews up for 2011 shows.
2) Varied content: I’ve played around with unique content with the Parody section, or my multi-part review, but I want to try more. Sure, some of it’s strange, some of it’s just plain stupid, but well… it’s fun! I’d like to play around a bit and possibly expand on this segment, or make some other form of new content. It might not all work, but I can’t give up without giving this segment one last shot.
3) Finish the Beginner Guide: I started the Beginner’s Guide with the intent of giving newcomers to the hobby a good idea of what to expect, from the highs to the lows. I plan on finishing this by the end of the calendar year.
To all of you who’ve been reading, thanks for your support! And to those who are new to the Herald, welcome! I hope you all join in and keep commenting in the year to come!
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