December vacation

I don't know when it became a conscious decision to take a break from blogging. It started with the usual of a few days passing with no post. Suddenly I was over a week and thought that maybe I should just enjoy the break, especially once I actually got to my vacation from work.

This past year, this first year of working full time has made blogging hard. Not because I don't have ideas or a desire, but because I spend a lot of time staring at a computer already. Because I find myself busy many evenings. And because there are so many other things I should be getting done.

But this isn't to say I'm ready to leave blogging behind. Having my own little corner on the internet, a place to put down my thoughts and experiences, is something I value greatly.

So I definitely want it to continue. I also really want to give this space a bit of a face lift. But that isn't happening in the near future (though the planning may begin).

I'm not promising to post every day, but I do promise to keep posting.

(And if I'm lucky, I'll get drafts that were started and never finished up eventually.)

How do you fit blogging into your schedule?


  1. It's tough to keep up with blogging and a full time job. I just take the "A for effort" approach. If I can post something once a week, awesome. Once a month - well, it happens, we all have work and life stuff.

  2. My computer at home is in a weird spot so I usually use my tablet when I'm home. Blogging from it is weird. I try to schedule my posts but sometimes it doesn't happen. Blogging is my hobby not my job.