I often get criticized for writing so much about college when I graduated two and a half years ago. What you don't understand is that I have a lot to say, but for those four years, I didn't say it. I expressed a lot of emotions, but I didn't write very much about what was actually going on. You may think I did, but you don't know all the things I didn't say. This blog explains more than I ever said at the time.
That's why I started this blog in the first place - to spill my guts about everything I held inside for four years. I'm sure that someday, college will no longer be the main inspiration behind this blog, but I don't know when that will be. All I know is that I have 4 years worth of stuff to say, and it has only been 2 years. Telling me that my writing shouldn't be so focused on college issues anymore is like telling me I should stop writing my book after 50 pages because that's enough time spent on one thing. If I had listened to that kind of "advice," I never would have completed my first novel.
I'm not done.