During my flat-move I have suffered some bloggers fatigue. Every time I picked up a pen to write the idea of resting just seemed so much easier and better. Sometimes it’s just so much easier snuggling under a duvet and hiding away than getting your arse out and about and sharing with the world.
Truth is though when you do get up and go about your day, or put on your Laptop and post, you feel a small sense of achievement after.
Blogging is great for anybody wanting to take baby steps towards becoming more routined and for us all to stop procrastinating.
Most people procrastinate a bit and that is fine. Sometimes is does feel better leaving the washing till AFTER we’ve finished our coffee. But in most cases it’s just a slippery slope, we all know better. We all know some habits…( iPhone just wrote ‘Hobbits’ lol) aren’t good for us. It’s just getting it into our systems and making it an automatic mechanism that is sometimes damn difficult.
What I used to do in times of bad procrastination was:
- Force yourself to do task a day you aren’t really motivated at all about. Just knowing afterwards that you can tick off something important feels good and rewarding.
With Blogging you get to be creative and can motivate yourself knowing that someone will read what you are writing and know what you’re about.
Blogging Fatigue makes you feel like you got nothing and will do some writing another day, but one you just start a lot just happens on its own. Opening doors of possibilities on even the laziest of days.