World’s Worst Blogger

I admit it. I’m a bad blogger. When a lot is going on with me, I don’t blog. When I have time to blog, I don’t have anything to say.

If things work out as planned, I’ll be blogging again in the New Year. Some of the subjects I’ll address are life as a newlywed at 50 (yes, the hubby has agreed I can do this) and my recent contract negotiations. Both are pretty juicy so stay tuned.

In the meantime, Happy Thanksgiving. Take care of yourself and remind the folks around you how much they mean to you.

7 thoughts on “World’s Worst Blogger

  1. You got married! Oh congrats Angela.

    On the bad blogger thing. I can be pretty pitiful at times. There was a month this past summer where I didn’t blog much, I missed some features and didn’t send a newsletter out all summer. Well, I was sick, had to have surgery and I was under deadline for a book I had to turn in on 9/1. I was going through some challenges with my little one and work was insane. I forgive myself when I don’t get things done, because I’m a student of Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits and one of the habits is to “Put First Things First”. My kids are first, my health is first, that paycheck that covers the mortgage is first. So at the end of the day when there was no more time and I needed to rest the body that was badly in need of rest and healing, I closed my eyes and went to sleep and let it be okay.

  2. Angela, congratulations on your marriage. It’s wonderful, reminds me of the Pat character in my Once Upon A Project.

    I used to blog regularly, but now not so much. This month I’ve concentrated mostly on writing for NaNoWriMo. The month before that it was stuff around the house. The month before that it was a writing deadline. And next month it’ll be celebrations for my anniversary, preparations for the holiday and guests… In January, who knows?

    The point is, it’s always something.

  3. Congratulations Angela on your marriage. Just today I thought I’ve got nothing left to say. Folks are tired of hearing about all the things that get in the way of my writing so maybe I just won’t blog until I have something different to say. Only who knows when that might be?

    Give yourself a couple of predetermined themes and then post updates to them on a schedule. E.g. a weekly post about your writing/contract stuff and maybe another weekly post about the newlywed stuff. That’s two posts per week that you don’t have to think about the subject.

  4. I meant to say that’s two posts per week, and you don’t have to think about the subject. Didn’t mean to imply you’d have to think up stuff for the other days. Nope. Just start with those two–maybe add in a third one with fun stuff–and see where it takes you.

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