I think it did – at least temporarily… as it seems that I am only putting things on my to do list that seem reasonably important. Now I know that a lot would argue that blogging is important, however I feel that I may have let it get in the way of a number of other items, like selling off some stuff on eBay, work (ooops), talking to people (like my husband), and just life in general.
So while I have been neglecting this small yet important part of my life, I am sure that over the next two weeks a space will be cleared so that I am able to blog again – productively, at a healthy pace, and without sacrificing the rest of my life. It also means that I can be a little bit more focused… and I’ve introduced other tools into my arsenal that will allow me to maintain some of the regular features that I implemented back in May-July, which have fallen by the wayside.
I do have a question for everyone, however… do you blog at the expense of anything?
Comment posted by ozlady
at 11/14/2007 11:27:31 PM
It seems to be the season for it… everyone seems to be de-cluttering and finishing off tasks.
Comment posted by Stacy
at 11/14/2007 7:52:39 AM
My husband probably thinks so. My goal is to have the computer shut down before he comes home, but it doesn’t always happen. I’m lucky to be home during the day, with my only interruptions being household maintenance like cleaning, laundry, bills and meal preparation and volunteer work at school.
Lately, I’ve been going through a decluttering of the house and the blogging has been put on hold. My sister-in-law called me wondering if everything was okay because I didn’t post for a few days!