Just did the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to do… but it’s for the best… I think.
I tweeted that yesterday at around the same time I’m writing this. What does it mean?
Well… it means I left The Web Squeeze. It was a hard decision, very hard decision for me to take since Jacob, Linda and I (along with Marc Fraser) started it all almost 2 years ago. It was something we all really loved doing. At first it was a hobby and that was great but lately, it’s become something more. Owning a Web Magazine is a full time job (as most of you know) and I couldn’t keep up. I don’t have the luxury of sending request to people to write for us, or deal with advertisers, etc… I have a full time job already. And I have a family that I enjoy being with. With client work (that I freelance on the side) and TWS, it wasn’t leaving me a lot of time to spend with my darling little girl who’s growing up too fast and that bass-playing husband of mine that I love so much.
You’ll still see me roaming around the forums once in a while. But I won’t be there very often.
So what’s going to happen now? What am I going to do?
Not much will change actually tho I’ll have more time to deal with client stuff. And there are a few things I want to do, projects I’ve been eager to start so I might jump into that. One thing is for sure tho… this blog will finally get it’s much needed redesign! I’m going more tumblr-like. I’ve a got a few mock-up in PSD that I’m playing around with so you can look to me posting a bit more on here now.
So that’s it… Jacob, Linda and I are still friends and I wish them the best of luck with The Web Squeeze.
Even tho I ain’t part of @thewebsqueeze anymore, be sure to check ‘em out yeah? Promise? Ok good! Moving along!
Tweeted this morning … and I mean it!
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