Here’s the thing about teenage girls: you don’t know what you’re going to get day to day, because they don’t know how they’re going to feel/be/act day to day. It’s the right of a teenage girl. I know. I used to be one. Teenage is hard. Teenage is up and down and sideways. Teenage is universal.
The past two months have felt like teenage girl syndrome here on the blog. I finished my first half marathon at the end of May and discovered I didn’t fall in love with running. I’d expected to. I’d expected that fitness would become a huge part of my life. It hasn’t.
I like fitness and exercise, but it isn’t consuming my life like it was the first six months of this year. So it just doesn’t make a molehill of sense to keep a fitness section on this website. That, along with a hard look at the big picture, means you can expect some more changes in the coming weeks.
I’m frustrated, of course. I want PNW Rancher to be perfect, and I want it to be perfect yesterday. But it’s not, and I appreciate y’all sticking through these teenage years.