Because let’s face it; There’s a good chance everyone else is thinking the same thing and that’s what a community is all about, right? Understanding? Reaching out? Moving forward?
So join this community and find others who understand. There’s life to live out there, y’all. One forgotten blog post at a time.
When I read this, a light bulb went off in my head. I realized that I'm probably not alone in feeling this way. The part highlighted in red above, is the part that really spoke to me. Back in February, I was blogging for myself. I wanted to create a record of sorts of my thoughts on books I'd read and my life as a wife, mom and wannabe librarian. I originally told a couple of friends and family members about the blog and figured they might read it occasionally. I had no idea I would become so sucked in. Now please don't misunderstand me. I am beyond flattered that other people follow and read and leave comments on my blog. I've met some amazing women and enjoy reading their thoughts and commenting on their blogs. And I'm certainly not planning on stopping. I'm simply realizing that blogging has begun to take up an inordinate amount of time. And that I want to get back to basics. And blog guilt free. No (self-imposed) pressure.
Tell me. Am I alone in feeling this way? I wonder if any of you have struggled with this very issue and how you've dealt with it. Are any of you tempted to join the Blog Guilt Free Revolution? Are you already members? I'd really love to hear your thoughts on this.