I can’t do Chemistry Experiments anymore

Ah, the good old days and my craze for science experiments. It was a fun time but I’m starting to lose motivation and I also don’t want to waste money. Since I’m moving to the U.S.A., I had to sell all of my supplies to someone else and if I move there, I’ll need to buy all of my supplies again. I cannot do this hobby because I’m just bored of it.

You might be asking: “Dan, then what are going to post on this blog?”

I’ll be posting about other hobbies and blogging about myself.

Anyways, right now I’m still trying to get to U.S.A and I’ll get back “the WordPress grind.”

Ciao and see you later!

My old blog header

My best science posts:

1. Does mercury conduct electricity

2. Turning a coin to silver and gold simple redox reaction

3. How to make basic copper carbonate

4. Pouring super glue into borax

Thank you for reading my chemistry posts. It was a fun experience.

9 Replies to “I can’t do Chemistry Experiments anymore”

  1. Robyn Haynes – Australia – Robyn enthusiastically pursues a green and writerly life on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia, where her background as a doctor of social anthropology equips her with an interesting slant on the human condition. She spends much time indulging a passion for her garden where she ponders life and attempts to stave off existential angst. In her more reflective moments she makes wry observations on courtyard gardening and its parallels with life.
    Robyn Haynes says:

    Dan, thanks for all the interesting stuff you taught me. I wish you well in your quest to get to America. They could certainly do with sensible bright people like you.

  2. I will miss your chemistry posts but I also look forward to your new posts! I can’t wait to read all about your move to the USA!

  3. 18thTimeLucky – Hi I am Samuel, a 19-year old undergraduate student in the UK who just finished A level, having studied biology, chemistry and mathematics, and am currently on the first year of my Masters of Chemistry degree at the University of Warwick with the aim to eventually become an academic and public speaker in the field. I have a deep passion for a variety of hobbies, including writing, ant keeping, growing plants, and, of course, home chemistry and science communication!
    18thTimeLucky says:

    That’s a real shame you can’t carry on with anymore chemistry and you have lost your interest! I really enjoyed your chemistry posts.
    I hope you can find a new interesting hobby to replace it! (I myself have expanded to enjoying hobbies of not just home chemistry, but growing plants and food as well as keeping various species of ants as they are such amazing little insects! Both are practically free, especially if you collect the seeds and queen ants from the wild!)
    I hope the move goes well. 🙂

  4. As you say, one’s interests change over time, but I am sure you will have lots of new adventures to write about once you’re settled in the USA. I look forward to reading about them. 🙂

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