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Will you help me improve reality blurred by answering a few anonymous questions?

Will you help me improve reality blurred by answering a few anonymous questions?

Somehow, we’ve arrived at the end of 2021! There’s still a full month left, of course, but at the rate this year is rocketing by, I imagine it’ll go quickly.

At the end of every year, I take some time reflect on what’s worked and what hasn’t during the previous year, and also to plan for the next year. I’m excited about that, in part because I have renewed energy after getting through a rather rough fall—and, let’s be honest, a rough 20 months for all of us.

I already have some exciting stories in the works (hint: similar to this piece), and some ideas about what I’d like to do. But I would love your help, since you’re the audience for my work, after all.

If you’re reading this, you were either enticed by the photo of the cute kitten, or more likely you’re one of reality blurred’s most-valuable readers. I so appreciate that—just as I appreciate your honest feedback, too!

Thus, I present this completely anonymous form. Feel free to skip any question. As I do every year when I ask for your thoughts, I promise to read and consider every comment.

Thanks in advance for your help—and thanks again for reading!

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  • Andy Dehnart is the creator of reality blurred and a writer and teacher who obsessively and critically covers reality TV and unscripted entertainment, focusing on how it’s made and what it means. Learn more about Andy.


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