Note: I wanted to let you know that this is my last article on Medium, and from now on I’ll be posting only on my personal blog.

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I know, I know, by this point you want “Just Ship It” to be an actual person so you could punch it in the face. As an Indie Maker, that sentence can be super frustrating because it’s tired, it’s cliche, and your response is always “HEY! You don’t understand… it’s not that easy”.

I agree, it’s not easy, but it’s always the right thing to do.

Here’s why.

I started building an app on 01.01.2018. It was New Year’s Eve and we just had the crappiest night ever. Yes, imagine a night so bad that at midnight you decide “you know what, fuck it, I’m gonna work on WEB DEVELOPMENT”. …

Our social media habits are getting out of control, and we need to talk about it, so let’s cut to the chase.

tl;dr Block Twitter, have a dedicated work computer, download Twizzle.

But please read on, because it’s not that simple.

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“A man staring sadly at the achievements of his friends” (Unsplash)

Quitting social media

A few years ago I deleted my Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and LinkedIn accounts, in an attempt to do a digital declutter. It’s going well so far. Yes, you can tell yourself stories about how you still have Facebook because you want to “connect” with people, but you know damn well that you have chat groups for your close family members and friends, so what’s the fucking point of still connecting with Becky from high school when you hated her anyway? …

It’s been a long time since I have written something here, but I don’t want to write articles for the sake of “keeping the blog alive”, screw that.

Well, I finally have a story to tell. I finally launched the new version of Sizzy last month. …



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