Many bloggers would agree with me when I admit that there is never enough time to spend on WordPress; if we are not perusing the post of others, we are either composing our own posts (For some strange reason,
we are unable to get it all done).
If I really had my way, I might type away on the keypad from night-time till morning; which is not recommended, because I may end up yawning incessantly and nodding off at intervals the following day.
It’s as though time flies when we are having fun.
Hey, I have tried working it out via a timetable; but, that didn’t work; I have mastered scheduling my posts, but, I have not mastered reading the posts of those I am following in my allotted time. I always say to myself: “Okay, I will read one more,” and that one turns into thirty and more (It is like an alcoholic telling theirself that they are going to drink one beer and they end up drinking three full cases of beer).
Besides, I don’t think that my eyes can carry out that feat without eventually shutting down in the process. So, why am I trying to do the impossible? Well, it is that inner desire to attempt to get it all done. I should have listened to Esther Hicks when she said that you can never really get it all done (Hmmm. Maybe, I am overly ambitious where WordPress is concerned).
Some of you may think that I have neglected your blog; the truth is: I got the proverbial Times Up; I didn’t get the chance to check out all of your posts (Trust me when I say, “It hurts me more than it hurts you!” In reality, it is an impossible task to read the blogs daily of the numerous people that I am following).
Do you have any similar stories that you would like to share with me?
Also, what percentage of blogs do you read from those that you follow? Is it close to 100%? Or, is it far from 100%?
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