Catching Up

A couple of weeks ago, I had a grand plan that I would re-commence blogging every day. Inspired by people like Carol and Andrew, who post more regularly than I do, I thought I’d give it a shot. For a few years I did in fact blog every day (or pretty close to it), as I thought it would be a great way for me to keep a track of my life, hoping to improve things. And for a good while, it happened. But then life and work got in the way of things. Instead of coming home, inspired to share some pearl of wisdom or exciting adventure, I found myself coming home, collapsing on the couch, and barely able to string a few words together. Yeah, I can tweet, or share a brief update of my life on Google+ or Facebook, but blogging requires (to my mind), more thoughtful consideration. I definitely have that space when I’m travelling, and in 2017, I’ll be travelling to both Spain and Sweden. So yeah, I haven’t got there yet in terms of more regular posts, but in the meantime, here’s a few photographs from the first couple of weeks of my life in 2017.

2 comments

  • It is very difficult to match Andrew’s output. He is an extraordinarily consistent blogger especially considering the range of subjects he touches upon.

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  • Thanks for the shout out :)

    There were a couple of things that made daily blogging stick for me this time. I’ve gone old school and pretty much confine myself to one channel, so everything goes on the blog – I gave up twitter because it made me too complainy/outraged, and never did get into google+ or facebook. And I literally phone it in sometimes – the wordpress app is pretty great for on-the-go posting.

    I’m always happy to see a post from you no matter what the frequency!

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