Announcement: Updates to Services, Website, and Patreon

It’s been quiet around here the last month! I’m not going to beat around the bush. I have two announcements.

Services

My editing sale has now ended! Thank you to everyone who supported my (lazy) marketing and contacted me. There will be another sale in the future, though I’m not sure of when.

I will be closed indefinitely to new clients on all projects. The soonest I may re-open my services will be October.

My available services will be changing in October, along with the rates.

Website

My blogging schedule is changing as we go into August, and then the fall and into the new year. Since I’m doing a college program from September to May, I’ll be busier! School work, part-time work, socialising… My online presence is not important compared to those.

Additionally, I will be moving to a new website (name and URL not decided yet), but that shouldn’t affect the availability of my content. It’s time that I let coryldork/CorylDork. I will let everyone know when I’m preparing to move digital abodes!

Patreon

I’ll be changing the tiers during August. To my current patrons, thank you so much for your support thus far! I’m still getting into the swing of things, and learning how many spoons I have for creating different things. Your patience, encouragement, and support have meant an incalculable amount to me.

Month In Review: June 2018

My motivation for June wasn’t the best. It felt like I lost a few weeks to my mental health. In my review for May, I mentioned some goals I had for June—and I didn’t achieve any of them. So here’s a bit on what I did instead. (Spoiler: not a lot.)

A celebration: I applied for a college certificate program. I start in September! It’s an 8-month art and design course.

A change: More renovation work at the house means lots of changes to my surroundings. The upcoming school program is also a change I need to prepare for.

A conflict: I’m still struggling with the right dosage for my medication. I’m also trying to balance my health management with my creative projects, which has been hard to maintain.

A relief: The time I’ve spent at the gym has helped with my health (mental and physical health).

A regret: My creative projects—art, writing, the blog—have not gotten the attention I wish I could have given them.

A random memory: There’s a young bunny that likes our yard and I see it outside at 8am and 8pm every time I’m looking out the window those times. It makes me happy and reminds me of my pet bunny. I’m glad the wildlife likes the property.

I have only a few goals for July: my book, my art, and my health. I’ll try and keep the blog updated! But it won’t be as active as my Patreon, where I’ll be posting more about my writing and drawings. Also: back into therapy!