Dear Readers, I Just Want To Say Thank You
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably read my work before. One way or another, you stumbled across my writing and thought it was worth a read. Maybe you liked it. Perhaps you thought it was the worst thing in the world and belonged in the trash. Either way, I want to thank you for your time.
Sometimes I write about mental health. Other times, I write about relationships, productivity, or anything else I feel is worth a mention. I’m not constrained by people in a corporate office telling me what I can and can’t write. Every single word I’ve ever written has been purely from the heart. I have complete creative control over my content. And that’s the beauty of this platform. It’s why I love Medium so damn much.
My friend, I want to thank you for taking a couple of minutes out of your day to read what I publish. I want to thank you for supporting me over the past few months so I can sustain a career doing something I genuinely love.
Right now, I’m sitting in my bedroom in the northern suburbs of Toronto. Snow is falling, and a cute squirrel is sitting on a branch in my backyard. It feels so surreal knowing what I write on my laptop is being read by thousands of people around the world each day.
I’m struggling to put how I feel into words. Which honestly is a little concerning considering I’m a full-time writer. I guess what I’m trying to say is that I’m genuinely grateful to wake up each morning knowing that I can share my thoughts with the world. With you.
If you ever want to have a chat about absolutely anything, please know that my inbox is always open (details are in my medium bio). Or feel free to message me on Twitter. I reply to everything.
Before I finish this short note of gratitude, I want to say a few things:
- Thank you.
- I love you.
- I appreciate you.
Have an awesome day.