Invariably, of course, I don't.
I think the problem comes down to the fact that I mostly write technical posts (like ‘Flux from Scratch’) that take a long time to put together. That’s a problem because:
It’s silly, though. I should stop doing that. Both things — second guessing myself and writing content that is too technical or too nichey.
So it’s time to refocus this blog. More writing on topics around bootstrapping products, remote work, and the like. Perhaps more people will give my hopefully-not-so-quiet-anymore newsletter a shot since the writing should have a wider appeal, and I’ll be less resistant to actually sending stuff to them.
Now the question is… should I send this post to my list?!
I do feel like a 4 year old bootstrapped startup can have ‘history’ :) ↩