Huh!

A year ago, I was whining about all the blog accounts I started just b/c  I could.  I realized quickly that a though I was decent idea girl, consistently writing is effing hard.  Especially when you have to find financial support elsewhere.  My elsewhere was working at a bank for almost 8 years, no I was not a teller.  I worked in the back, which equated to white-collar factory work.  It might sound like an oxymoron but it is not.  I worked in the department called lockbox and all we did was process trays of mail for the client.  A tedious pain in the ass.  The best part of my job was that I made friends and I got a check.

I left the bank more than five years ago, tossed myself and kid around a bit and ended up where I began.   My resolution to my blog account addiction was to close accounts.  It felt like cutting off arms b/c there each blog was a possibility.  I hate messing with the possible greatness of anything.  The result of such inaction is 60lbs weight gain and a dysfunctional personal relationship that ended without closure.  Sorry for the digression.  So I closed six accounts and I kept this one and 3 others.  Two I don’t think I will post on and the last one I actually treat it like I treat this one.  I want to flourish on both sites.  I have grand dreams of getting readers with both.   However I am not a current events, mommy, or humor blogger, I know that my readership will  only consist of me and the passer by.  I don’t care.  I still want to post words of inspiration and entertainment.  What does that have to do with the Jo Experiment.  I have no clue.  This post should be in other blog but I am to lazy to switch.

The goal of the Jo experiment is to utilize  all the wordpress can offer for free and post like crazy. We will see

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About J.C. Henry

I am a writer and Podcaster. Most of my stories are in the speculative fiction genre. The Red Mushroom Podcast is about writing and the writing business, is currently in development.
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