The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” – Alan Watts

Sometimes change can be difficult. We may procrastinate to make changes for ourselves as the day-to-day routine is more comfortable. However, biting the bullet and moving forward, as Alan Watts says in the quote that is in the title of this post, seems to be one of the best ways to cope with change.

I initially started this blog as an outlet to talk about my thoughts on news, politics and pop culture exclusively. I never really wanted to deviate from these topics for one reason or another (honestly, I’m not sure why and still trying to figure this out). The life of this blog began at one of the worst years that anyone has endured in their lifetime. We saw events occurring in this country that would normally happen over the span of a decade in one year.

Topics related to the news, politics and pop culture can not only seem redundant, but can also take a toll on one’s mental health. Of course, I will write about things with a consistent theme, but I don’t want to keep writing about the same thing day after day. It’s not fun for my readers nor is it fun for me to repeat myself. It’s also not fun for me to analyze and write about something that could be taking a toll on my mental health. There are times I need to step away from watching or following the news for my own sanity.

That’s why I have decided to expand the topics with which I write about on this blog. I will still discuss topics related to news, politics and pop culture, but will include some of my life experiences and my thoughts and analyses on them in addition to any other topic that may come to mind. It’s a way to provide variety to my readers and exercise (and test) my writing muscles.

I hope you enjoy this new adventure in the blog. It’s still My Panoramic Perspective, just the new and improved version.

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