#042 The need of a new domain name

Have you ever been in a situation that you want to get a new domain name to reflect on your current mood or excitement?
My personal domain Jerami.io is ending at the end of this month. I've been paying $40 for several years now. *.io domain is not cheap. And it's kind of pointless now to pay for it. The company behind the name is now defunct. I kept the name for a while on several projects but personally, it has loss its value.
“Jerami” comes from Bahasa Malaysia/Indonesia for a piece of straw or hay, as in hay from the haystack. Photo below for better understanding.
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I associated the word “jerami” to learning. A haystack is like the whole set of knowledge, whereby the hay is tiny pieces of skill set. It's like Machine Learning is the haystack and Probability & Statistics is the skill set. So on and so forth. It sounds like a cool name for a domain, so why stop?
I think I'm now at the phase of doing instead of learning and teaching. I need to start to have my own product and start making money. Not as “hobbies” or side hustle.
But then again, it's easier said than done.
I've stopped doing real work since February/March. And I stopped learning as well. No new tools to learn, no new side projects to build. Ramadan came, so I took the time to take a break and reflect.
I love writing. And I've been reading a lot. Both non-fictions and fictions, mostly science fictions. I took several writing courses; David Kadavy, Tucker Max, David Perell and others.
OK, that tells a lot. So what should I name my next domain?
leifwrites?
leifthoughts?
digitalblah?

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