It was hot. I was soaked.
I mean, my shins were sweating. And I am not the kind of girl who gets shweddy shins.
Anyway, as I contorted and cursed, this is what went through my rapidly shriveling mind.
So somewhere between the Triangle pose and the No pose, I had a blogging revelation.
I didn't have enough bodily fluids left to think clearly. But more importantly, I didn't have enough bodily fluids left to blog.
I've felt horribly guilty about not keeping to my blog schedule recently. I've tweeted about it; I've stayed up late worrying about it. My stress level has been though the roof for multiple reasons (hence my attempts at finding Zen via body-wringing Bikram).
I've been blogging for nearly two years. Back then, I decided that I'd commit to a thrice weekly blogging schedule, and I stuck to it almost every week. But my own rules have come to bite me in the butt, because they've caused lost sleep and ignoring things that have been important to me.
And so--this hurts for me to say, because I'm a stick-to-my-obligations kind of person--you may see me blog a bit less in the coming months. *deep breath*
I promise I won't disappear.
But I will promise that when I blog, it's because I'm doing it with joy, and not as a dry obligation.
You guys deserve that. And so do I.
What about you? Have ever had to cut back on blogging, or had a major shift in your blogging goals?
Please drop by Laura Diamond's blog where she answers my question this month for the Sisterhood of the Traveling Blog: Outside of your writing friends, do other people (work, family, friends) know you blog? What do they think of it? I'm up next week!