Away from blogging

I’m not sure what it is, but since I fell off the blogging wagon a few weeks back, getting back on track has been hanging over me like a black cloud, and thus preventing me to blog again. Weird? Yeah I guess, let me explain. I have about 4 or 5 blog posts pending in my mind, on my to-blog list. I have photos I want to post from two weeks ago up to this past weekend, but just the thought of having to sit and upload all those photos, which takes for ever, and tell the story of what we did, where we went, and what we ate, does not motivate me at all. Does that make sense? I have the ideas, the pictures, the stories, everything, I just don’t feel like doing it.

So, I’m thinking I’ll just forget about the pending stuff and blog about whatever I feel like, whatever is happening, or twirling in my mind right now, and not have to wait until I update everything I’ve been up to in the past weeks to be able to write again. I have all the stuff, so I can update as I go, when I find the time and motivation. But for now, I think I’m just going to go with what feels good, which is write about the here and now. The recap will come when I’m ready. Right? Right! 🙂

2 responses to “Away from blogging

  1. It’s ok to take a break and unless you want a documentation of the last few weeks, you don’t have to catch up on everything that has been going on – that takes the fun out of blogging 🙂 Just write about what you want to write about 🙂

    • I think this blog has recently turned into exactly that: a documentation of my life, and has shifted away from the reflective, journal quality it originally had. And you’re right, it takes the fun out of blogging. So I am going to take the pressure off myself, and go back to blogging what I want to blog about and not feel like I have to document every little thing I do.

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