I find that my love of blogging sometimes feels slightly bittersweet. Or, like a bit of a vicious cycle – I can’t decide which. You see, in order to have anything remotely meaningful or even halfway interesting to write about it’s usually necessary to have a bunch of stuff happening in one’s life – going places, doing things, seeing people – just generally engaging in activities that would be considered desirable blog fodder. It would appear that my life is a bit mad and the only time that I seem to have to devote to my blog is when I’m not so much with the busy. Of course, then I feel like I have nothing much to say because I’m not doing anything. I was pondering this problem the other day and it got me to wondering what other bloggers do. So many of them seem to update with delightful regularity – how do they do it? Do they have more hours in their day than me? Continue reading
Once again I find myself re-blogging, and even though it definitely feels like the lazy girl’s way to blog I had to share this profound little gem of wisdom from Jacin @ lovelylittledetails. It has reminded me that I am often the opposite of present in the moment, and even though it terrifies me to even think it – there was life before iPhone and facebook (my two most favourite time wasters). Time to consider reverting to the days of yore every now and then and having a technology-free day methinks…
Do yourself a mini-favour and CLICK HERE to check out Jacin’s post.
Right, so this post is going to be short and sweet. A mini-post if you will. This is mostly because I just really want to share my new discovery with you so I’m trying to get to the point where I can hit ‘publish’ as soon as possible. Continue reading