Hello loves! For those of you who don’t know I am currently driving many many miles as of about … four in the morning today.
No, I didn’t write and publish this all as I was both sleeping/driving/sitting in a car. Yes, this is a scheduled post from a couple of days ago because packing is a pain and I will die.
So, on the subject of packing, I have come to help all y’all poor unfortunate souls with tips that I learned the hard way as I tried to pack around sixty books to bring on my two-week long vacation.
So. (A needle pulling threeeeaddd!) Today I hath decided to write a post about blogging do’s a don’ts. With a catch. Okay, no catch, because I’m pretty sure my depth perception is weird (or … I could just be terrible at sports?) and I can’t actually catch basically anything. (fun facts ya may or may not have known about me 😉 ) *coughs* But anyway.
Basically this is a list of blogging tips, that I hath either read about online, been brainwashed into knowing, or *gasps* come up with myself. Or maybe I just heard about them or read about em somewhere. Who knows.
But anyway … I think I’m getting off topic again? So this is a list. Of stuff that would be useful to do for your blog. And how I don’t actually do it. Maybe you do? If so, good job! But basically this is just me showing off how awesome I am at blogging. Ha … ha … ha … XD 😛
Okay let’s go!
A blinking cursor. An empty page. The motivation to write something anything but a sudden emptiness of having no ideas at all. The knowledge: that yeah, you should write something. You know how to write. You’ve written before. It’s just words. But the mind-numbing arctic whiteness of oblivion and literally. no. ideas. at. all. covering everything.
What is this?
The ultimate punishment?
Welllll … pretty close. This, my dears, is (and whisper softly for this word is a curse) writer’s block.
A’right you lovely peeps. So it’s no secret that I am sick … a lot. I’m not like a sickly child. I have been blessed so far in my life to never have any broken bones, or chicken pox or to have really anything worse than stomach bugs, fever, flu, etc. But … I have a really bad immune system apparently. I have a cold about 50% of the time, what I think is a cold (but … I’m actually fairly allergic to dust I think …?) another 25% and then I’m actually healthy for … the remaining 25%. Which is a pain. But it’s like in my twisted logic … if I have a cold a lot of the time that means it’s not actually bad, right? I mean if you’re not sick than it stinks when you get sick, but if you’re sick most of the time than when you’re not sick you should be happy, right? Right? XD
Anyway. I hath decided to write a random (and hopefully actually useful/humorous/both useful and funny) post about how you can avoid getting a cold. And when you do have a cold how you can make it better.
‘Ey … so y’know how you have definite plans for writing a post and then you sit down and just think “No.” like “This post has no interest to me/it’s way too late in the day for me to get this together and I don’t currently have time to do this.”
Yeah … *coughs* Anyway.
I’ve actually been writing a bit (yay … NYR #1! And … kinda other ones? #6 … eh …) and … thinking, (I know, dangerous. 😉 ) and also reading. And I’ve kind of come to realize something about people in general, but more specifically characters. They … all have … to put it simply, emotions.
Okay yeah, of course they do, Sarah. How is this new and different?