Can you believe that?! It’s been a whole year today since I started my new blogging journey. It’s true, time flies when you are having fun. When I started a year ago I didn’t even knew what kind of content I wanted. All the things I did in the past are not relevant anymore today. Ya, social media has changed the internet a lot. People are not interested in pixel art, sig tags and line art anymore. But despite the lack of content ideas I felt that urge to get a blog and I always follow my belly feeling even when it does not make sense.
Over time I slowly slipped into posting a photo every day. It just felt right. We do walkies every day, regardless of weather and such, we walk and there is always something to see. During the past year I learned so much about the local plants and I’ve learned that it can be fun and rewarding to leave the comfort zone now and then. Well, I’m looking forward to the coming year and I’m curious to where the road will lead.
What’s your favorite place to spend the weekend? One of my favorite places is Valheim. It wasn’t love on first sight, not at all. At first I didn’t liked it at all. I found the graphics rather meh and I was dead all the time. A few month and a bunch of YouTube videos later I gave it another try and I’m glad I did. Yes, at first the graphics look rather meh, especially when you come from games like FF XIV or WoW, but they will grow on you and the world around you will make up for it. They managed to capture a truly magical atmosphere. And there is so much you can do, build a town, go and explore the world, on foot and boat, slaughter meanies on the way. You can craft or just do some mindless farming. And everything you do not want in a game, like rude people and absurd micro transactions is simply not there. This is the first game in a long time that makes me forget my surroundings since ages.
In about 3 weeks they will drop a big content patch. We’ll get new roof tiles and lots of new decoration items. Especially the new shingles are gorgeous. I’ll have to redo all my buildings and build new ones of course . . . gods, the day just doesn’t have enough hours when you having, right?