19 Feb

What To Do?

There are a lot of things a person can do with a website.  I’ve thought about it for a while, but I don’t really know what I want to do.  A blog would probably make the most sense.  The name sounds like a blog site.  Or maybe the name of a beach bar. I could start a business based off the name of my website.  That sounds ambitious.

The name of the website itself could be taken differently.  Casual Wave could be a small wave on the beach or an action done to a passing acquaintance.  When I first came up with the name I thought of waving to another person casually.  Whenever I ask people about the name though, I often hear them remark about a small wave on a beach or something.  That’s a nice picture too, it sounds very relaxing.  Both sound like very chill explanations, so whatever I do with this site, it won’t be crazy.

Well, that might not be entirely true.  You see, I very much like to travel.  I haven’t been to near as many places as I would like to go, but I would consider myself fairly well traveled.  I think that it would be really fun to make this into a travel blog site. That would make this site much less calm, but they could always just be simple trips. Maybe a simple trip to a nearby lake. Of course I could use it for just a normal blog as well.

Maybe I could also review books on here? or movies? I really like to read and I enjoy movies a lot. I’m not the most passionate person about them, but I could give an opinion on them.  There are a lot of opinions out there though.  I don’t think my opinion is so great that I would want to put it out for people to criticize.

In the end, I would like to make this site reflect the things that I enjoy, whether it be some sort of major project or a blog. It is my website after all

Casual wave from Hallie

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