First of all, thank you! Even though I’ve been across the country and swamped with work, my readers (you) are still here each time I log on. That’s a wonderful feeling. The odd thing about blogging is that the people you meet, aren’t just invisible beings typing behind computer screens. They become friends. Many of you, I think about often and wonder how your specific situations are going.
For someone who has never gotten into blogging, the idea of making online friends (and caring about them) may seem absurd. Let’s face it, we’ll likely never meet face to face. Sometimes, if we’re lucky someone will post a photo of themselves to give us a clue as to what they look like. But many times, such is this case with me, no photo will ever get posted. So they remain our faceless friends.
But for those of us who do blog, we understand this concept. We understand that genuine relationships can be formed, and that those faceless friends are real people, with real lives. I appreciate each of you, even those who I sometimes butt heads with.
This summer has been a very busy one and because of that I have neglected my blog. That for me, is unacceptable. This is where time management comes into play. I work from home, which is wonderful. It allows me to work in the mornings or in the middle of the night, which I often do both. Then I have my blog, my son and my life. Finding time to do everything without neglecting anything can be tough.
To correct this, I’m in the process of changing my daily schedule around. For those of you with similar lives, how do you schedule your day? Do you have a schedule or do you just wing it?