Right now, I am sitting on twenty four (24) good (in my opinion) post ideas (and about 60+ of what I consider average ones). I know what to make, I know how (well, for the most part) and I know what to show.
Yet, days weeks now, after my little one goes to bed, I sit on the computer, just to get up a little later having written absolutely nothing and having watched yet another 35 videos of cute animals. I go outside in the middle of the night, have a smoke (yes, I smoke; yes, I should quit; let’s move on though) trying to strengthen my resolution and then go back inside, sit semi-determined in front of the computer and…watch even more cute animal videos. And some with cute kids. And a handful about science. And then somehow, I end up in one with a Kardashian in it, by which time I realize I should really give up and get some sleep.
Does it happen to you? Because if it does, we should talk!
My friend Mary from the Boondocks blog honored me by including me in her choices for the Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award. Not only she makes unique crafts, she is also a warm and very helpful person.
Do visit her blog and meet her!
Are you curious to see the 10 bloggers I handpicked to pass the award on?
We had our first blogversary on January the 8th. I did not think I would maintain a blog for so long but it happened and in the process, I discovered several surprising things, that go beyond the legendary “content is king” and understood a little better things like “write what you are passionate about”.
I enjoy commenting to other blogs and it makes me warm inside when my comments get replied. During the first month of blogging, I was getting the hives every time I wanted to comment on a blogger platform blog.
I am using a wordpress platform (org nevertheless) and seems that blogger just doesn’t like us. I had to go through loops to comment. I was spending a good amount of time writing a comment, clicking to submit and then…*pouf*…The comment was disappearing. Sometimes I didn’t even know if it went through or not. I tried all the options given under the “comment as”, with invariable failure.
What I didn’t know was that the rare times I successfully posted a comment, the blog owner could not reply to me. So, I found a few tricks to fix that.