Life Lessons: It’s Time for a Change

While 2018 was the best year in media for me it was also the worst year as a blogger so far.

rikka and akane's relationship

I could use a hug Akane. Even from someone as sexy and twisted as you. Do not worry. I know Rikka is your #1.

To keep a long winded story short what I dreaded came to be in 2018. There were several instances that year where it felt like I was posting stuff not because I wanted to and was having fun doing so…but because I felt I had to. Besides informing as many interested people about as many yuri media as I possibly could this blog served another important purpose, a haven for me to talk about yuri with others since yuri fans in Aruba were like hay in a giant needle stack. Good luck finding someone there who loves the genre as much as I do. Anyway blogging felt like a chore than a fun hobby at times. I did it for free after all. For reasons I do not know some kind people started rewarded me. Much appreciated.

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Image source HERE.

Around early 2018 the pain had begun. Things started getting pretty rough at the start of my Uma Musume coverage. The petty hostility toward others who just wanted to watch and talk about the show infuriated me. This went beyond ranting to harassing others for not sharing your self-serving rage. There were other instances of this the rest of the year to the point of me slowly taking action. I foolishly hoped something like this wouldn’t happen but throughout the years I learned how petulant/easily triggered many people were on the internet so I should have seen it coming. I am a wrestling fan who frequents the internet for Pete’s sake. Fellow fans who just want to enjoy the product know how crappy it is being part of that community.

Lesson 1: The Internet is good but also very toxic.

The second part of my crappy year was doing too much. I noticed some blogger pals like Rory and Macho Chikorita choosing to cover around 3-4 anime per season while I usually tackled 6-7. Add the above tripe and the feeling of overworking myself caught up to me. Sometimes I had a lot of fun typing stuff but on more than one occasion I wrote episodics just because. Sometimes I did it angrily. Not good.

Lesson 2: Don’t overwork yourself to the point of not enjoying what you do.

The third part was a mistake on my end. I had warned myself not to delve too deep into the internet and at one point made sure I followed my own advice. What happened? Silly old me looked up tweets by someone who ranted most of the time and RT’ed rant tweets. Add the fact I got blocked by some revered (as far as I know) yuri fans because I had the gall to be excited for and enjoy Happy Sugar Life and that added to my frustrations. The bright side was that months later when I saw what those exact people were tweeting about nowadays I was glad they blocked/unfollowed me. Good riddance. Besides that I unfollowed reviewers and Vloggers for the sake of my sanity. Too much negativity, highbrow nitpicking and ranting was getting on my nerves.

Lesson 3: Don’t waste time looking up internet gossip.

Next was my repeatedly being denied a vacation all year. Nuff said.

Lastly is what hurt me the most. In late November 2018 I lost someone I loved very much. I did not show it much but deep down it hit me hard. The only reason I tried staying strong for the family was to help encourage everyone to live strongly for the man we all cared so much for. He brought great joy to our lives by simply being there and while he will always be with us in spirit, his physical presence no longer being there left a void in our hearts. Still, life goes on and we must do all we can to enjoy the rest of our lives before being reunited with him in the Promised Land.

Lesson 4: Always cherish everyone you care for. You never know when they will be called up to the Pearly Gates.

These two videos by Black Nerd Comedy hit home that it was time for a change.




These videos hit home. I thankfully did not have it anywhere near as rough as Andre in 2018 but I got where he was coming from.

In my Episode 1 episodic of Endro~! I remarked about needing headache pills. I was not joking when I said that.

So after all I said what are the changes coming to the blog? Simple. From Winter 2019 and onward I will cover less shows per season. Instead of the usual 6-7 I will lower it to 3. Technically 4 because I will continue covering annual installments of Pretty Cure (Unless the season focuses on a het romance. Then no thank you). Besides. There are a lot of shows and games on my backlog I want to cover and time is not on my side. I plan to keep the blog going as long as possible but I do not know how long I can keep this up. The announced change will hopefully help keep me motivated to continue for a while longer. Other shows I will follow Rory’s example by posting a brief roundup of what else I am watching and my brief thought on how I feel about them so far, leading up to my G-Views for all shows.

I thank everyone who took the time to read this and hope we can work together to continue spreading Yuri love for years to come.

PS: This is not a retirement speech. There are times I have considered it, yes, but I have many friends supporting me so I still got plenty to share with the world. I am far from finished.

About OG-Man

Yuri and Slice of Life are my anime passion.
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61 Responses to Life Lessons: It’s Time for a Change

  1. Jennifer Hartley says:

    If you need to take a break for a few seasons, to help you relax and get your motivation back, we’ll understand! But we’ll also understand if you feel it’s best to put your work here to rest. I only hope that if you do put it to rest, you’ll leave all of the lists, and reviews up, for new yuri fans to find in coming years. Please take care of yourself first. And, I’m so sorry for your loss. We love you here. ❤

    Liked by 4 people

    • OG-Man says:

      Thanks for the support. Don’t worry. I don’t plan on retiring anytime soon. I do want to lessen my workload though. Also the site stays even after I’m done for future generations of fans to look back at potential classics.

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  2. Error says:

    OG-Sama, please accept my deeply condolences for your loved one. (i know what hard it is) All of us going to “that happy place” and meet everybody sooner or later. Well, i hope. 🙂 If you need any support from me/us, don’t hold back ! I wish all the best for you and your followers ! 😉

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  3. Juny says:

    Hey there,

    I very rarely leave comments, I honestly just love reading your reviews. There are part of my show watching. Whether I decide to read before or after, or even during; I’m always looking forward to your blog.
    It will be sad for awhile with less posts but knowing your still with it will help that sadness pass. It really is a shame there are so many people that live so negatively.
    I wish you the best in this coming year and years to come. You’ve brought me so many smiles, I hope that much happiness finds its way back to you.

    Thank you,

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  4. MDLZ says:

    My condolences for your lost, I also lost some family members this year, so I know is rough to try keeping up high spirits when that happens.
    And the internet is both a great place for inclusion and a great place for spreading hate, is very difficult to have a untoxic place on the internet. For some time I tought the yuri community was pretty much the only community that didnt had these things, but of course, I was just not looking deep enough. I think criticism on media is welcome and alot of times needed, but some people just dont know how to keep respect, and separate the media that they dislike/hate from the people who enjoy it. All I can say is that you make a great job in keeping that blog as healthy as possible, and Im very thankful for that.
    Hope it was not too long of a comment haha

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    • OG-Man says:

      Yup. I too thought the Yuri Nation as a whole was a very welcoming place but alas even the depths of our sacred lily grounds hide ill begotten scum. Pity.

      No worries dood. I appreciate the support and will do my best to get back in the game but at a more steady pace.

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  5. tsubasasfamily says:

    I’ve always been extremely impressed and pleased by how prolific you are as a blogger. As a yuri fan, this site was like a dream come true for me when I discovered it a couple years ago, and it continues to be. I completely understand the issue with the negativity; I think some levels of criticism are healthy, but it can get to be too much.

    It’s helpful to me to remember that MOST of the people who would have something positive to say just aren’t the ones commenting, though, they’re just enjoying the content peacefully (I find this to be especially true with yuri fans).

    And finally, my deepest condolences for your loss. The stress and negativity you were experiencing did not translate to your posts, so I think you’ve been handling it very well. Take all the time you need, there are a lot of us who really love the blog, but I’m sure none of us want you to write if it’s painful to do so (although I am personally a proponent of “get it off your chest” posts, but I understand you have a certain vibe established here already lol).

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    • OG-Man says:

      Thanks for the continued support. Much appreciated.

      Dislike something but don’t take it out on other people.

      So I’ve noticed thanks to recent hidden fans popping up.

      Didn’t want to bog down everyone’s fun with my negativity. I chose to write this post to explain my situation and what I’ve learned.

      I’ve been hanging in there and taking things easy after writing this post has helped me relax.

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  6. Dreamleaf says:

    I don’t post often but I just wanted to say thank you for doing this blog at all. I always enjoy reading your content, especially the g views and I’ve found a few hidden gems like Konohana Kitan and Flip Flappers that I might have missed if not for you.

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  7. This place is where I get 90% of my yuri news ever since I first visited. Your reviews and posts are always greatly appreciated.

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  8. Umedyn says:

    1) You’re a good egg, and one of the best internet people I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with.

    2) Internet people are not worth the hassle to fret over. Tell them to fuck off and move on with your happy self, safe in the knowledge they’re dead inside.

    3) Your health, both mental and physical are more important than anything else. Real friends and follower will understand and support you anyway. The others… well, see number 2.

    4) If a hobby is not fun, then it’s not worth doing. Do something you like, and if others complain, then number 2 is very versatile.

    5) Sorry for your loss, losing someone dear to you will always hurt, and every relationship is unique, and should be cherished if it is a relationship worth keeping. The best we can do is remember the good times shared and try to stay happy. Most people wouldn’t want someone they care about to be sad because of them, even if it’s a justified reason. Live your life to the fullest, as I’m sure they would want you to.

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  9. Zack says:

    I don’t post all that often, but I enjoy reading your reviews. If you need to take a break then go ahead and do so. I don’t think anyone will hold it against you.

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  10. elkat4 says:

    As someone in the 3rd year of development of a video game I was hoping finish last year, I can understand falling out of love with your passions. For me, it’s admittedly more a problem of writer’s bock, laziness and trying to multi-multi-multitask, but that doesn’t change the fact I understand when something that started fun becomes more of a hassle. Take your time and rekindle your love, even if it means cutting back and focusing on more quality over quality.

    As an introvert, I don’t often visit many forums, but I’ve seen how ugly the Dynasty Scans forums can get over the smallest controversy so I understand that the yuri community has its ugly side that should be best avoided if possible and ignored when you can’t.

    Finally, around this time last year, I lost my mother and I’m still struggling to keep the pain hidden away so that I can keep up the illusion of being “okay” and be able to move on with my life so I understand where you’re coming from. Is there hope for the pain disappearing completely? Probably not, but I cherish the moments in which I find myself able to open up the flood gates and cry.

    Now for a cheerful note, I’ve started to cover Bermuda Triangle: Colorful Pastrele so if you want to see my cover of gay mermaid idols, get my much neglected blog a visited. 🙂

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    • OG-Man says:

      That’s what I’m hoping this decision to cut down on the amount I blog will accomplish. Help refresh my drive.

      Yes. It’s a lesson I’ve come to learn in recent years. Was hoping it wouldn’t be the case for the Yuri Nation but alas.

      Let’s both be strong for the our loved ones who were called to the gates of paradise and continue supporting the ones still with us on Earth. It’s not easy but let’s keep at it.

      Will do dood.


  11. Nick says:

    It’s good to take a step back and evaluate what you’re doing every once and a while before it reaches a tipping point. If you need to take time off from blogging or cut back on the amount of content posted then that’s totally fine. Hell that’s pretty much what I’ve done on Anime Corps, I mean I used to go ham each season when I started doing this but over time it really does take a toll on you and it does get tiring. I get where you’re coming from in that aspect.

    The Internet really is shit, I gotta admit. I know I spend a lot of time on it, probably too much, but honestly it’s just shit, there isn’t anyway around that. I’ve noticed it too over the past year, the negativity and just straight up hate is out of control these days. It’s in the anime community but everywhere else too. It’s hard to browse anywhere without running into this negativity. Like what the hell happened to just enjoying anime or playing games or watching movies or having a different opinion and that not being the end of the world? You can’t like or dislike anything these days without being labeled something and it’s just outta control. Like I commented on a tweet made by Lethargic Ramblings about how when I started watching anime a number of years ago, the community wasn’t like this. Sure there were salty people and negativity here and there, but man the shit that happens each season these days is out of control. So yeah, it’s tough and it wears you out being around that kinda community day in and day out. Like honestly fuck those people and being upset and triggered by anime. I mean it’s fucking anime, animated drawings and people are losing their shit over them. Sorry for the language, this topic really gets me steaming.

    Lastly I’m so sorry for your loss. My grandmother passed away a few years ago and it was the first time I’d ever really experienced a death in the family like that. It’s a tough time and it’s hard to work through it, it took me a while to come to terms with it. I mean you never get over it, for me it’s been 2 years now and it’s still hard to think about. We’re here for you though man, we’re still the good guys out here in this shitty Internet.

    Personal posts like this can be tough to write, but it’s good getting things off your chest. Thanks for expressing yourself and I wish you the very best this year.

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    • OG-Man says:

      Yeah. It started becoming hectic over time.

      Don’t worry Sir Nickolas. I know exactly how you feel. The amount of people who get on our nerves on the internet is worrisome. I understand difference in opinion but so many people take it to unhealthy extremes. Truly cumbersome. You’re right about the number of bad apples being far worse nowadays than it was around the early to mid 2000’s. Even the early 2010’s weren’t this bad.

      Thank you very much for the continued support Sir Nickolas. Knowing I have this much support keeps me going.

      Had to let it out. Glad so many friends and fans are understanding.

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  12. JMB says:

    I`m also one of the people who don´t often leave replies but I often considered writing a few words.
    Although this is my first comment here, I am following this blog nearly daily for about 3 years now and just wanted to thank you very much for spreading the love for yuri and cheering people like me up with your entertaining and well-written reviews.
    Even after some pretty hard days at work I can always come back here and smile at the thought that there are more people like me who enjoy yuri so much.
    I hope you know that no matter what you will be doing in the future there will always be fans of your blog here.

    Thank you and greetings from germany,

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  13. Krystallina says:

    So sorry about your loved one’s passing. I am glad you’re not retiring, but I do understand losing or the decrease of that blogging mojo.

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  14. the_elevator_man says:

    Man. Prayers and well wishes for you and your loved one who passed, and stuff like that always comes first. Really puts stuff in perspective, and make sure that you’re doing okay.

    As a lurker here, I have to say how much I appreciate the stuff that you do (you already know I think you’re the yuri icon taking on the mantle after the likes of Chrisso and Yi); and you do good work. Know that you’re appreciated, and hope 2019 goes much better!

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  15. chikorita157 says:

    Sorry for your loss. I have experience something similar in 2016 when my grandmother passed away. While I do not share much about my personal life, I did mention this briefly. I understand that bereavement is difficult, but there are always people that care such as your friends and family to help one get through the situation.

    Yes, the internet can be a rough place. During my early days, I participated a lot on forums, but not too much nowadays. I spend my time lurking around forums, especially technology forums and there is a lot of complaining and negativity, especially with some forums focusing on Apple products, full of negativity. Also, I noticed the whole drama over Uma Musume early last year. The whole political climate does not help things either. As you said, it’s best not to get caught up with negativity. Just ignore them and move on and it’s a good idea not to feed the trolls.

    While I have a lot of free time now as I am still searching for work, but it may change in the future as things might be changing for the better for me, hopefully. Once I start working a real job again, it’s back to covering one to two series individually and shoving everything else in a weekly post. But yes, it’s not a good idea to force oneself just to publish something as it doesn’t help in the long run, especially with burnout. But not at one point I really considered quitting since I have done it for so long, although I had some frustrations, but nothing too serious. This is with almost 10 years of blogging non-stop without any hiatuses, although I do not blog every day.

    But hopefully 2019 will be a better year, for all of us.

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  16. exqalph03 says:

    That has always been true, unfortunately, that’s just how it is. sigh.
    This blog of yours has been a great help since I started following it ^^. And really enjoyed it. Well, take care!
    Hopefully this 2019 will be much better for you 🙂

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  17. philipbaxton says:

    That sucks to hear about you losing motivation to write these reviews. I agree that lessening the amount of anime you cover will help you a lot. Do you know how you plan on deciding which anime you’ll cover and which you won’t? I hope you get better soon because this is my favorite yuri blog of all time.

    Just out curiosity have you ever considered getting someone to help you with the blog? Like someone to post reviews on anime you yourself couldn’t find the time to talk about. Maybe that can be a potential option?

    P.S. I totally get how you feel being a wrestling fan myself. The fandom can be pretty toxic sometimes.

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    • OG-Man says:

      I’ll write a first impressions post featuring of all the shows I’m watching and announce which four (PreCure included) I’ll be covering the rest of the season.

      I have enlisted the assistance of co-contributors before but it’s usually people who have a lot of stuff to do so they don’t last long.

      Very much so. Last night’s episode of RAW for example was pretty good and while some of the gripes were valid, others made me go “Oh give it a rest buddy”.

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  18. Thank you for sharing! I know how it feels to do something out of a sense of obligation, when you’d rather not. And I know how it feels when people are eagerly waiting for more, but you just slowly become tired.

    I think it’s a great decision to cut the number of regularly updated series in half. I didn’t notice the tiredness or anger coming out in any of your episodics, so I think you did a wonderful job—but I’m really looking forward to what you will produce when you choose the series and the frequency based on your own interests and energy levels only. And if you feel like taking a complete break at any point, please do! We will be here ^^

    Like others have said, just a G-View in itself is a treasure. I can’t count the number of lovely animes that I’ve found thanks to you, by reading your reviews from past years.

    I’m sorry to hear of your loss. I lost two family members last year, plus another person that was even more close than a family member, and I think I’m still feeling down because of that. I’ve learned that when I go into depression (which is pretty much every winter), I need to change nearly everything about my habits and my eating and my daily rhythm, simply in order not to burn out completely. So take time to rest and reconnect with yourself. Hoping for all the best for both of us ^^

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    • OG-Man says:

      That’s why I want to lessen the workload a bit and see how it goes.

      I did my best to keep negative emotions hidden. Didn’t want to ruin the welcoming environment for others who just wanted to share their thoughts and not rant.
      No worries. I still have plenty to write about.

      Glad my G-Views are helpful.

      Thank you very much for the advice. I’ll be sure to keep it in mind when the first anniversary looms closer. I’ll do what I can.

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  19. Platon says:

    Sorry for your loss and I can only support your decision to put your health on a first place. I had my fair share of health issues from overloading with work, stress, etc..

    Internet is full of people who are only “brave” behind a keyboard. They need to burst they frustration from a real life on someone online knowing there won´t be much consequences for them. Shame on them.

    I wish you to get better.

    I enjoy your blog and have most respect for you as it is not easy to what you are doing.

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  20. Mauron says:

    Sorry for your loss.

    Find the pace that works for you, and keep at it.

    Always feel free to block anyone who is being annoying to others, making too many bad puns, fangirling about gay moms too much, or whatever reason you feel like.

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    • OG-Man says:

      Thank you miss.

      Will do.

      Only as a last resort. I make an exception for people going crazy over gay adults…being a fan of them myself…teehee.

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      • Mauron says:

        My belief is you should be free to say what you want, but no one has to give anyone a platform.

        I’m a big fan of gay moms, and hopefully will be one someday.

        Also, hugs from goddesses always cheer me up, so come on Akane.

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      • OG-Man says:

        I dislike people who abuse freedom of speech.

        I wish you the best in your noble quest. Hopefully we’ll get an anime that will guide aspiring gay moms everywhere.

        Oh yes.

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      • Mauron says:

        And something that will top gay vampires, Uma Musume, Antarctica, and Slow Start with their gay mom/grandma content.

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  21. If you feel the fun draining out of doing something you like, and feel like you need to lessen the amount of stuff you try to cover, then indeed, health comes first and foremost! A happy blogger talking about the things they like is far better than a tired, unhappy blogger who is only covering as much as they are because they feel they must!

    And this is doubly true since I have quite enjoyed and keep enjoying reading your posts on various anime over the while I’ve been here, and am glad you’re still able to keep going, and spreading the word of good Yuri series!

    Lastly, I can definitely empathize with that feeling of utter loss, having lost all 4 of my grandparents…

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    • OG-Man says:

      Thank you very much for understanding dood. It’s friends and fans like you who make it all worthwhile.

      My own condolences. Let’s continue being strong and live the best lives we can.

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  22. Mysteria says:

    I just wanted to say that this is the only site I always follow because it lists all yuri anime, while I don’t comment I’m always here most of the time. Just for in the future that if you are going to cover less shows, and that’s alright, it’s no problem that it would be so awesome if you put all the yuri anime in your yuri grade list at least, so we know that we haven’t missed any anime (grade 1-5). It would be sad that if you are only going to cover a few and we will miss out on some and I don’t want that, same maybe goes for other people here. I would be thankful for the listing hoping that can go on, and I wish for you to get better in the next years to come.

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    • OG-Man says:

      Do not worry. All I’m doing is lessening the shows I cover weekly. Don’t worry. I’ll still review shows I want to once they’re finished so I won’t add less shows to the list when they’re done.


  23. Jack Cactus says:

    My deep condolences for your loss. As someone who just lost his grandfather 2 years ago (and my parents divorced shortly after that), I can somehow understand the pain both you and your family are going through, may he watch over you as well as your family from the heavens. In times like this, I strongly urge you to prioritize your health and family over work, don’t neglect them like I once did.

    Internet trolling is a bitch to deal with to put it bluntly but unfortunately, the best thing you can do is to ignore them and not take it too personal, it’s just going to hurt you even more if you do. Block, report, anything just to get them out of your sight so they can pester you no more and possibly avoid some major headaches.

    And please, PLEASE don’t retire being the admin of this amazing blog, you still have a long road to walk and you can’t give up now, not yet. For those who didn’t pick up, I do suffer mental instability when it comes to restraint and control so reading, watching and discussing the topic of Yuri really helps to ease the pain in my head (before anyone asks. Yes, I’m going through this by myself since people just refuse to understand the situation and I’m too insecure about expressing my love for Yuri to them).

    So please OG-Man, get yourself some rest and spend time with your family for the time being, we’ll be waiting here for your return and recovery. The Yuri Nation without OG-Man is not The Yuri Nation, need I say more?


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  24. qorl says:

    Sorry to hear you had a bad year. I’ve only started reading your site relatively recently, but I really appreciate your work, especially the game/anime release news. As other people here say take a break and lessen the post frequency if you need to. But I hope you’ll keep going with the site, it’s so useful.

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  25. OtakuGamerGirlT says:

    I feel you dude, like I can really relate in fact because I think I experienced a similar situation in terms of feeling a bit burned out. I realized I was trying to do too much, covering seasons worth of anime for reviews at the end, just for a handful of ppl to really seem to take an interest. Granted, ppl are far more interested in your blog than they’d ever be in mine, so maybe it’s a bit different, but the feeling isn’t. It became frustrating to do so much and feel like your efforts are in vain. Now that my life has become rather stressful and busy in general, I find even less time and inspiration to blog, but I’m not ready to call it quits completely yet. Just taking an extended break until my life is a bit better. Then maybe my passion will return too.

    Anyway, I understand, so do what you need to do for you. I’ll always be here to support you either way. Also, once again, I am sorry for your loss. I hope to not have to know that pain anytime soon, Thanks for all you do OG.

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  26. kitsu260 says:

    Hard times to a Hobby always appear here and there. Since few of us will had the luck that our Hobby can be our work too, but leave this hobby could be sadder than anything.

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  27. Melody says:

    Hey girl! I discovered your blog a while back now and even though many times your point of view and opinions don’t match mine I respect you and your work. What you do is amazing and you are a talented writer. Expressing your feelings in writing is not easy but you are really good at making it seems effortless.
    I appreciate all the effort you put on to keep this website going and I’ll realy miss this is you decide to stop at any point.
    Having said that, family and your health and sanity are the most inportant things. So take the decisions that make YOU happy always.
    And don’t be too focus on social media because there’s too much negativity and toxicity out there.
    Focus on your happiness.

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  28. K says:

    I don’t really have much to say but I am sorry to hear that last year was such a pain for you, especially sorry for your loss. Hopefully things this year are better for you. God bless you.

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  30. Itoshiki Zetsubou says:

    Sorry for your loss and Thanks for this site. I’m a peaceful lurker in this site for ~2 years and thanks to you discovered SonoHana and the beauty that is known YuuNami. I hope your life gets better from now on and less toxic people will bother you.

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