Sometimes, I’ll have an idea of what I want to write on the blog and I’ll spend my time composing paragraphs or thinking of witty things to say and generally enjoying myself. This may cause me to smile for no apparent reason, which I am sure causes all manner of consternation for innocent bystanders. Eventually, I will come to the blog, ready to write and it is at this point that some cranky, school-ma’am-ish alter ego pops up, waving a disapproving finger in my face.
“No, no, no!” this slightly alarming inner voice will tut. “That’s not what you planned to write next. You must stick to the plan and write the other blog post, for which you currently have no ideas, photographs or enthusiasm.”
This is how to kill a blog, people. Develop a bossy subconscious voice that won’t let you have any fun.
I hear that blog plans are a great idea. I understand that developing a routine is great. Except when it comes to me and my blog.