Split Personality

It’s been a little while since I published my last post. Lots has happened since, but I just haven’t had much of a desire to share it because I’m starting to feel a strong need to separate my professional life from my personal life.

The time has come for me to relaunch Dacian’s website so I can go back to being me again on my personal blog. I’ve been a little confused lately about who my audience is, and why I’m even writing for them. Ultimately I want to be writing for myself. Anyone interested in dropping by is more than welcome to partake of my thoughts, but corporately, I need to craft a separate identity.

I used to wake up in the morning excited to open up my computer and explore my thoughts with myself. Blogging was always my way to check in with myself and see how I feel about the world. Lately I find myself censoring myself because I direct clients to this site.

It’s not like I have a major donkey porn habit to confess, or massive bitches to get off my chest. I just feel too restricted. One shouldn’t feel that way when expressing personal thoughts.

Of course, I could always write a personal diary, but for reasons I haven’t chosen to explore, the idea doesn’t appeal to me.

[Jarrett gets off the phone with PJ]

I just talked to PJ and offered her a barter deal. She’ll redo Dacian’s website and in exchange I’ll craft something for her thesis project. Awesome.

As for changes to this site, I’m going to write about the same things I always have, they’ll just be more personal. The photo workshop page can go. The portfolio stays. The CV can stay too. I guess the biggest difference is that within a fortnight, my corporate audience will  directed to www.dacian.biz

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