The best intentions

You know, I started this year with the best intentions for this blog.

I was going to blog on a consistent basis.

Blogging was going to be at least once a week. Maybe even 3X!

It was the beginning of the year and I was feeling motivated.

I had the best intentions.

Then life got in the way.

Those awful bloggy blues hit.

You know the ones. The ones where you would rather sit and watch TikTok or even clean the toilet than actually sitting down and writing a blog entry.

Or all the other stuff that goes with it. If you are just a blog reader you may not get all that goes into it, but there is a lot more than just writing it. Especially if you aren’t a big blogger. Its a fight to even get anyone to even read your blog.

You have to have cool graphics. Then there is the proofing on social media.

And if you are like me, and have the attention span of a nat and can’t niche down and stay with it, getting a steadily reading blog is near impossible.

Then the big question is, why bother blogging if no one reads the words you have written? No one comments either.

So there goes my best intentions.

What is my goal with this blog post?

Does it actually have one?

Where does one go from here?

I am honestly going to say I have no idea.

You know I will keep writing. Why? Because I enjoy writing. It could be like field of dreams: Write it and they will read.

But first you have to write what you love. Write what inspires you. Write what comes from the heart.

When you are doing it all for the reader, they can tell.

Honest, I promise. It comes across in your writing.

Write about what inspires you. What gives you joy. Then all the other things will fall into place.

But even if it doesn’t you r time isn’t wasted. You enjoyed what you did and maybe even learned something.

And you can even leave a comment to tell me I have lost my mind. I won’t be bothered honest!

Judi

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