10 thoughts on “It Is Thursday.”

  1. No need to get frustrated at all – you should just think of all those people who hardly write a word for years and then you wont feel bad 🙂

  2. I cannot fathom writing every day – leastways things for other people to read. I have enough trouble figuring out what to write once a week as evidenced by my comments on Lakeland Musings by Irwin.
    Our lives are not that exciting, so I guess I am right there with you when it comes to writing daily.

    1. I don’t mind not being able to write daily but, I do mind when after a few days after writing a post, I am still unable to come up with ideas to write anew. Currently, I am on day three with daily posts because things happened that inspired me to write about them.

  3. I initially tried writing more frequently as I was led to believe I should write daily but I haven’t wanted blogging to consume so much of my time. Also, with retirement I have enjoyed eliminating obligations so didn’t welcome when I soon began to feel the writing pressure sometimes interfered with my life. I decided I would set my own pace based on whatever mostly felt pleasurable. I would be in charge of my blog, not vice versa. Presently, I just write once a week and this is fine for now. I’m thinking now I’d like to shorten my blog’s content and may experiment doing that ’cause I write much too much I think — as with this comment!
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    1. I responded to Irwin earlier on the subject as – “I don’t mind not being able to write daily but, I do mind when after a few days after writing a post, I am still unable to come up with ideas to write anew. Currently, I am on day three with daily posts because things happened that inspired me to write about them.”

  4. In my early blogging days I was much more prolific, but now I’m lucky to blog weekly. And I don’t have time to read daily posts from anyone, so it suits me when people blog less frequently.

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