Sometimes I get to the point where I feel as though I’ve run out of things to say. That’s not entirely true. A more accurate statement would be that I have so many things to say that I can’t work out where to start.
So I ask myself, what is my niche? And I don’t know the answer.
A better question is: what have I learned that I want to share with you?
The answers are many ~
- surviving suicide
- leaving a bad marriage
- the devastating and utterly liberating effects of a mid-life crisis
- reaching my sexual peak in my forties
- falling and staying in hot, sexy, passionate lust/love
- photography and web design
- writing and self-publishing
- eating disorder recovery
- spiritual enlightenment
- the alchemy of the theatre
I can’t decide which one to focus on, so I need your help.
What is the most important/interesting/weird thing in your life you know I would totally understand and might be able to help you with?
Or: What is the one blog or website you read religiously because it makes a difference to your day?
Please let me know in the comments and help me stop flailing around in the dark.
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6 thoughts on “Scratch My Niche • Razor Sharp Focus or General Chaos?”
Writing and self publishing. I’ve survived my own ill-conceived marriages; am having a sexual renaissance in my fifties (some of us are a little late to the game); have thankfully not had to survive a loved one’s suicide; I have children I would have sent to you about ten years ago but I’ll keep them now.
But enough about me.
I would love to read further about your spiritual journey and your childlessness.
Just don’t stop writing. Keeping up a daily blog is hard work and more labor intensive than writing a book.
Thanks for the suggestion Laura. I find blogging more fun that writing a book. I think it’s the instant gratification ♥
hmmm, Katie, maybe you have a niche already… documenting your personal transformation?
Who knows what anyones’ area of expertise will be in a couple of years time? that in itself is interesting
Perhaps you’re right about having already found my niche.
And I agree it’s exciting not knowing what the future holds.
I’m most interested in the topic of falling and staying in hot passionate lust and love plus eating disorder recovery. Having said that, I do find all of your topics very enlightening. Thanks for the great writing!
I’m happy to just keep at it (writing) for now.
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