Quality Over Quantity

You may have noticed that I didn’t post yesterday. You may not have noticed. It’s fine.

You may have noticed that my posts have not been up to snuff lately. I have, and I’m not happy with it.

I posted every day for over two years, but that time is over now. It’s been harder for me to make time to sit down and write a post with my new job and working twice as much as I’m used to working.

I tried using voice-to-text to write some posts on my phone, but my accent’s a little too thick for that, so I spent just as much time editing as I did writing/speaking the post in the first place, which kind of defeats the purpose.

I’m home early from work tonight, due to a lack of business and some schedule-swapping with my arch-nemesis, so I’m letting you know what’s going on around here.

I think a schedule would still be nice to have, even though I’ll post additional stuff whenever and wherever the urge strikes me. So sometimes I may still post every day for weeks at a time, and sometimes it will only be three times a week.

I’m still debating which three days: Monday-Wednesday-Friday? Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday? I’m leaning towards Monday-Wednesday-Friday. And I’d like for those posts to be a minimum of a thousand words.

But we’ll see.

I’m thinking of starting another blog too, which seems counterproductive, but I have things to say that don’t feel like they belong here, so there’s that. I’ll let you know.

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14 Comments on “Quality Over Quantity”

  1. photosynth35 says:

    I know how you feel. I would love to blog all day every day (I just started), but work. Yeah. Wine helps. Or tea. Depends on how rough a day it was.

  2. photosynth35 says:

    What kind of restaurant?

  3. LRose says:

    I have another blog. No, not TPB or my photography blog (which I eventually closed, anyway). I have a blog in which I don’t allow relationships to build. And the folks with whom I do have relationships are not aware of this blog. Nor will they ever (including you). It is the place where I can be entirely anonymous and let it all hang out, escaping judgemental feedback.
    You are not alone. Almost every blogger I’ve enjoyed following over the past several years eventually grows tired of their blog and moves on to another. Sometimes they take their followers along, but often times they don’t.
    There is no reason for creative souls to apologize for wanting to change things up in order to keep things interesting for themselves.


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