Three Risks of Starting Your Own Bird Website
Hello, Readers. Today we're going to talk about something very close to my heart: starting your own bird news website. I know many of you have the desire to someday have your own, but before you go out buying domain names let me talk to you about some of the three largest risks of being "in the business".
1. The Smell
This is something that I personally wouldn't have expected to happen. Ever since The Bird Inspector has been up and running, my house has been really smelling awful. I can't find the source of the smell, but it's gotten to the point where I wear a mask over my face whenever I'm inside. I strongly recommend this one here. It works extremely well, and removes a lot of the odor. The downside is that they are a little on the expensive side, but I'll bet it's cheaper than hiring someone to come out here and deal with this awful smell.
2. I'm Always Out of Eggs
This is one of my biggest issues with the website. I haven't had the right amount of eggs in weeks, and it's more than frustrating, reader. I'm baking a cake, and I need 2 eggs? Only one in the fridge. Of course, just my luck. This wasn't cautioned when I brought around the idea of The Bird Inspector to my cohorts, but it's more than rearing its ugly head now. Dear Reader, before you open your own mid-western, bird-related news website, I ask of you this: Is it worth it? Never having enough eggs? All I know is, The Bird Inspector is my passion. And I would give all the eggs in the world for it.
3. The Loneliness
Ever since I started The Bird Inspector, I haven't spoken to a single girl. I'm so lonely.