It’s ok to let your blog go dark.

Everyone on the internet always seems to be doing an awful lot of talking. Always. We talk about ourselves a lot. It seems we spend a lot of time thinking (talking, blogging) about ourselves, our businesses, our children, our issues… Anyway, there’s just a lot of talking.

Maybe not enough doing (?)

And not just doing so that we can talk about what we did on our blogs.

Just doing.

I get scolded a lot for not blogging frequently enough. I feel really flattered that anyone cares to read what I write. But lately, I feel like doing things more than I feel like talking about doing things, or talking about the things I did.

I think that’s ok. I think it’s ok for you to let your blog go dark for awhile so you can go do things.

To be honest, there are quite a few people that might benefit from taking the time to get out of their own heads for a while. To take it a bit further, there are others that would benefit from taking the time to take their heads out of their asses for awhile too. but I’m not going to talk about that today.

I’ve got some doing to do.

And I’m probably not going to report back about any of it. At least not for awhile. ;)

Later Gators.

14 comments

  1. Clementina

    That has been my m.o. even from the start. I blog once a month, and I usually take November and December off. I have a whole lot of living to do. Bloggin is just a small part of it.
    Good for you!
    “A Little Cup of Mexican Hot Chocolate”

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  2. Unknown Mami

    But if I do something and don’t blog about it, did I really do it? I mean if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, who cares?

    I’m kidding.

    I agree wholeheartedly with you. The funny thing is that when I give myself the liberty to step away from my blog, I find that inspiration strikes. Life is about being present in every moment. If I hear my inner narrator writing a blog post about what I’m doing while I do it, I tell her to shush (but in R rated language). Enjoy whatever it is you are doing.

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