The fear of the end

There comes a time in a bloggers life, where the uncertainty scares the living daylights out of us. You reach an all-time high and wander whether it’s going to last. I get this far too often.

I seem like a confident guy, but there’s still a time where I’m scared about whether JRTV is going to end.

You might feel the same at times and even with an incredible community behind us the reality of being a blogger sets in.

Over the past year, I’ve seen JRTV grow and grow. JRTV has grown into something I never anticipated it would and there’s a fear that I’ll either fall out of love or JRTV will no longer have a purpose.

Now, I know JRTV has a purpose in the blogosphere and the charity sector, but what if I didn’t. How would I feel about it? How do you feel about it if you’re currently going through this?

Last year, I ended my volunteering journey to focus on building JRTV and I was worried I had lost my passion for volunteering. Yet, here I am about to embark on a volunteering mission using JRTV to amplify my journey.

Even if we think something is coming to an end, there’s always an alternative.

By blogging for the year and focusing on growing my voice, it allowed me to figure out a way to revamp my love for helping others. I wasn’t directly volunteering, yet I still was.

I was using JRTV as my way of volunteering and when the time was right, I found a way to start things from where I left it.

The fear will always be there and even if we decide to take a break, there’s always a way to use our fear to motivate our future.

Nothing is truly over unless you let it. If you have the passion for something, you’ll find a way to do it.

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