This truly is a harrowing tale of neglect - as I look upon my most recent post, way back at the end of April I realise not only how much has happened and changed in my life since then, but I've realise how many chances I have missed to reflect on the fantastic experiences that I have had along the way!
Although all my exploits have been carefully captured on my FlipCam and uploaded to my YouTube Channel, I feel that I have somewhat cheated myself by not excessively evaluating my work, thoughts and travels though the medium of this blog!
Tonight, I promise one thing: Blog, dearest, dearest blog, I promise to neglect you no more - from in-depth analysis of my current political opinions to fleeting thoughts on passing musical purchases, I promise to write for you often, regardless of content and forethought! Is that ok?
Although resurrecting this blog has been at the back of my mind for some time, I also have other motives. I am beginning to write for a number of other blogs, and just as I would warm up before a run, I think I should do the same in blogging. So think of this as a blogging stretch so that I am warmed up and will not injure myself in the marathon ahead!
I'm yet to post on the following blogs, but keep a close eye out in the near future! (Also, they are really great blogs, so you should read them anyway if you are that way inclined!)
The Tamworth Blog - The Tamworth Blog is a blog for both local people and those looking at visiting the beautiful, Staffordshire market town. The aim of the blog is to open discussion to discuss developments in the town and things that effect us. Everybody is welcomed who has an opinion or passion for a story or event, and you can let the Tamworth Blog know about them at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow on Twitter @tamworthtwit.
The New Federalist - The The New Federalist is magazine of the Young European Federalists (JEF). This blog is its online version, published in cooperation with Le Taurillon, eurocitizen’s magazine.
The Young Activist's Blog - As you may know from previous meanderings I have been actively supporting the makeITfair campaign this year. Since my involvement in the makeITfair Youth Round Table way back in March I have been working on putting together a blog that brings together all the Youth Campaigns that support the project that have been springing up around Europe. Creating the blog has been somewhat of a slow process, but I am pleased to announced that it should soon go live. Once it does, I will naturally announce it here - but until then add: www.makeitfair.org/youthblog to your reader or RSS!
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