I have been making a list of things that I like to do, in hopes to do more of those things.
That is a lie.
I have been THINKING about making a list of things that I like to do, in hopes to do more of those things.
Journaling is one of those things I’ve been thinking about putting on the list. And blogging goes hand in hand with journaling for me. I’m old school in that my first blogs were created at a time when blogs were about sharing life and connecting with other people, and not just another way to sell…..
I loved to do both for years and years but at some point…..I stopped.
Maybe its a “Keeping up with the jones” kind of thing, because I look at tons of blogs, and they are beautiful and thought-provoking and I’m just over here like, “Um…I worked for 10 hours today. Climbed a ladder once or twice. We were out of Siser vinyl in most colors so people were angry.”(Because heat transfer vinyl is legit THE thing that all crafters much have right now)
The same thing goes with my paper journals. Youtube, Pinterest, and Instagram gives me all kinds of “I’m not worthy” feels.
Of course, if you’ve read me for any length of time then you know this is an ongoing problem for me. Whinging about how I’m not worthy, then not posting anything else for a few weeks….months….years.
Well, its November and since I have no plot for a NaNoWriMo novel, I decided to try NaBloPoMo. But that doesn’t seem to exist anymore. But I found #NanoPoblano2018 hosted by the CheerPeppers and even though it is the 2nd day of November I thought I’d give it a try. 29 days is better than 0 right?
So, sit back, relax, and get ready to fall into the rabbit hole that is the mind of an overworked retail worker. Maybe I’ll review some of the 50+ books I’ve read this year. Possibly there will be pictures of my cute dog, and my children. Maybe a craft? Who knows.
So, anyway, last month I had 102 views on the blog, despite not having posted anything since July. Let us see how many I can have if I actually, you know, write something.
(ps. don’t tell the hosts that I have no clue what a Poblano is. I’m pretty sure it’s some kind of pepper, right?)