Dealing with Guilt

I’ve felt horribly guilty for neglecting my blog as of late.  There has been so much going on, that I don’t even know where to start in wondering why I haven’t been blogging, I just haven’t.  This is normal; to just not have the motivation or the steam for good content.  Instead of forcing sub-par posts onto your feed, I’d rather take the needed break, and come back with better content.

How many of us battle with the guilt of not having a “perfect” blog schedule, or criticizing yourself when you’re not on time with your posts?  We have to stop making ourselves feel guilty due to the lack of what we bring to the table.  I come from a mentality of creating quality over quantity.  If I post 5 posts a week, and they mean nothing; then what does that really accomplish?  I’d much rather come to you with well-written and well-thought content about something that matters, instead of half-assing anything for you all.

So, if you are in my shoes, don’t feel guilty for your lack of posting, or not being on a specific schedule.  Sometimes we all need a break from the constant demand that blogging sometimes puts on us, and those who really appreciate what you post, will wait for the great things you will bring back to the table.

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One comment on “Dealing with Guilt”
  1. Ajia G. says:

    I agree! I have to do better in posting, too. But, I also work outside of blogging, which is the reason why, at times, I don’t post daily. And like you said, “quality over quantity” is much better. Love this! Also, check out my recent post. Click on the link below. https://ajiaharris.wordpress.com/2018/05/11/chloe-x-halle-the-kids-are-alright/

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