Friday, December 04, 2009


Well, I failed that blogging every day for a month thing. I think I probably should have gotten right back up on that horse, but I lacked the motivation. I know I would have been disqualified anyway since I missed a day, but I still could have used the forced motivation.

Sure, I'm talkative, but I don't see a need to be someone who blogs every day. Still, I welcomed the opportunity to do it because I've really fallen out of the habit of blogging lately. Forcing myself to write did help motivate me to write some recent posts that I'm glad I had the chance to explore.

I'm disappointed in myself for failing. I am NOT the type who takes failure well. The fastest way to get me to do something is to tell me I can't.

So I'm struggling to figure where to go from here.

December is in full-swing now, so I'm a little late to the party as far as trying to blog for another month. Plus, December is a rough month with Chanukah and winter break and all that jazz. Still, I may try it from here and dedicate myself to blogging every day for 30 days. I just need to prove to myself that I can do it and I'd really appreciate the motivation.

Don't worry. I have no plans on making this every day thing permanent. Hello! Did you see how I struggled with just one freaking month?


Heather Griffith Brewer said...

No offense, but if that's your big failure in life...I think you're doing awesome.
You have your hands full.
It's ok.
Happy Chanukah though. I love reading about it all.

Mari said...

You're in good company -- I tried the daily blog thing in Ocotber and failed. Too much like work!
So turn it around; you succeeded at not saying anything when you had nothing to say. :)

Nancy said...

I've been blogging less myself lately. Seems it "tis the season" to be too busy to do much blogging!