It's been several weeks since I last updated this blog. A lot has been going on for me. If you read Part 1 of my eCommerce Journey, you'll know that mental health has played a large part of my year. I've been tackling it, slowly but surely.
Hello reader. By clicking on this article, I'm going to go ahead and assume you have some sort of invested interest in the world of eCommerce and Online Business. I know I have, and it's the whole reason I've decided to start this journey. I've decided to share the process with you for two reasons. First, It's a good way for me to stay focused and concentrate. Many times I've drifted away from my ideals and strategies, getting caught up in the stress of real life. With this, I can keep a steady report of everything. The second reason is for you, dear reader, so that you may follow along in my journey, learn where I went wrong and right, and gain the inspiration for starting your own eCommerce business.
Before I delve into my own personal feeling of betrayal, I want to first state that I understand that some people did, in fact, enjoy The Last Jedi. Several of my friends went to see the film and said they thoroughly enjoyed it. I, however, had a drastically different feeling about the film. Ever since the film's release, there's been a divide in the Star Wars community over the film's reception. On popular review site Rotten Tomatoes, The Last Jedi scores a 48% audience rating, ranking it as the worst audience rated Star Wars film behind Attack of the Clones, which comes in at 57%. So even though some people, who are well within their right, enjoyed the film, here's why I feel it ranks, for me personally, as the worst Star Wars film. Yes, that's right. The worst.