Sunday, October 10, 2010

Blogger Day Off--How Badly Do You Need It?

Of all the things I’m doing each day, blogging is one thing I don’t want to do without. I can do this every day. I do get tired but I’m sure ready to write again the following day with fresh ideas and older ones that still didn’t make it on the web.

In each of my two blogs, I publish 2 or 3 post in a week. Compare to some bloggers, those are meager. Yet I find myself doing daily blog-related tasks: writing draft, taking photos, researching, and the recent job imposed by my sister—making a theme for her personal blog. It’s either I accept it or endure seeing her making changes that hardly shows what her blog is all about. Every addition is a mismatch to the rest; there’s no unity.

And on top of it all, I haven’t started writing for a new blog my sister and I bought agree to work on since it meets our interests: she can earn from it while I can write something I like—and perhaps monetarily benefit as well, though it’s not my main goal.
To help, to inform, and to entertain are the stimulus that prevents me from wanting a blogger day off especially when readers gave sincere comments—the intangible, long lasting compensations I wouldn’t mind having each day.

Anyone who wants a blogger day off? For those who have oodles of blogs, can you afford to hit the sack, have a movie marathon, or ramble without taking your laptop along? Whether we need it or not there is a day in a week we must take a rest: Sunday, a family day. Blogger or not let’s use the time in this day wisely. Save your concerns for the rest of the week.

Oops! I'm publishing this post on Sunday, but I did write it a few days ago. (I don't have better alibi yet.)

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