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B.A.S: Blogging Anemia Syndrome

My Bad!

I have not written anything here for a long time. I have no alibi. I am plain lazy!

I am working only part-time and have more free time everyday and yet, I can’t convince myself to write anything lately. Having 6 blogs finally took a toll on me. I do write every now and then, and that is because I am writing paid posts for 3 blogs [this, my breathing space and hubby's blog where I am a ghost writer. lol] I need extra income, you know. But still I am not doing a-ok on that department either, unlike when I was still a stay-at-home wife where I could write 10 to 12 post a day on PPP and 1 post for each non-PPP blog.

While my other 3 blogs are suffering from blogging anemia [together with my newest baby except for the photoblog which I share with my brothers Japol and Gary - thank God!], commenting and blog hopping to other bloggers' websites seemed to be unacceptable, as well . 

This thing or shall I say… phase… is not entirely new to me. I have been there a lot of times and I am so familiar with it. Laziness is my twin sister. We have a love-hate relationship and we have a strong bond together when life in the fast lane is too tiring to bear or in my recent case - becomes monotonous. But unlike my siblings, Laziness and I can get tired of each other and eventually can soon get rid each other as fast as we could.

So for now, I will just take things easy and enjoy my sweet life in the slow lane. And hope that people will be as forgiving as always.

Comments

Betchai said…
oh Ruthi, laziness is my twin sister too, gee, haaaay, anyway, I actually deleted my FB account since I end up spending so much time there and I lag behind in my assignments, the only thing that makes me feel a little bit better is that there are others who are behind than me, now, that is really a bad kind of motivation :( I hope my time management will get better soon :) But am sticking to blogging since I do not spend as much time blogging unlike FB, well, I only update my blog once a week, huhu, and I only have one :( I will try my best to update it twice a week though :)
hehehe..twin sister..same here amiga. Anyway, I'm glad your back. No pressure, just enjoy ur time and we're here to wait. Happy easter Ruthi. Have a great week ahead..kisses

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