I am hoping that many of you have gotten accustomed to writing on a regular basis.
I have said it to you before (and I will say it again to sink in the point) don’t allow the blank space where you are supposed to compose your blog intimidate you.
If you have problems coming up with material, you can still have fun on WordPress by participating in their Daily Prompts; they usually provide the topic and you are given the opportunity to blog about the given topic (So, there is no reason why you can’t post something on a regular basis).
I am always filled with ideas of my own; fuel for posts. So, by choice, I choose to focus on what tickles my proverbial fancy.
Like many of my fellow bloggers, I ignore those Daily prompts that are provided by WordPress, because I like playing by my own rules. After all, it’s my blog and I have the freedom to do as I please.
Do you know that you can make posting material a habit of yours? I want you to think about that for a second.
The things that we do on a regular basis can develop into habits. Here is an example: Let us take smoking for instance (Oh, this is one of society’s bad habits). At first, a person’s body rejected the cigarette smoke the first time they tried smoking. They coughed repeatedly and they probably thought that they would have choked to death. Even though the person found the experience to be a horrible one, they tried it again and again until it became an addiction.
Now, we are also capable of developing healthy habits like exercising. The first time you did push ups, your muscles probably protested. And if you were eager to master push ups, you tried it daily until you became proficient at it.
The same thing goes for blogging. It might have been a burdensome task at first; but by doing it on a regular basis, it gets easy (The truth is: you’re going to feel out of sorts if you don’t do it, because it has become an engraved habit).
For those of you who claim to have problems with blogging, are you going to give it another try? Or, are you going to give up and abandon your blog?
Abandoning your blog is like taking the easy way out. I recommend that you challenge yourself by jumping into the blogging arena; by doing that on a regular basis, you would eventually get good at it.