Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Blogging Without a Breakdown

To know me, is to know I love my blog. I love blogging and all the good it has brought into my life: my friends, my writing sites, my connections, my communities. I feel at home on the internet and the friendships I've made because of blogging are the reason I will never be offline.

But our bodies know that we are not machines - we can't keep going with one hand on the keyboard and the other slamming water and Scooby-do snacks into our mouth. We need to breathe, be, stop, and live the life we have offline.

How do we do it all? Can we maintain our blog presence without losing our minds?

I write of just this, today on BlogHer: When Your Blog Becomes Too Much.

I hope you'll click over and join the conversation on blogging with balance: can it happen? Let me know what has helped you to stay sane with the time devouring internet, I'd love to hear your ideas.
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  1. Oooh! Heading over to check it out, but just had to say that my blog is not enough to feel like it is too much, but still...

  2. Yes! To all of that. My thing now is trying to figure out how much time to devote to blogging, now that I want to write more full-length novels. I've been trying to figure that out. I also want to do everything.



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