Some people say that blogging is hard.
I find it pretty easy. That's because I ALWAYS have something to say.
See, I find it very easy to blog; especially if I am upset about something. However, I find it pretty easy to blog about things I observe and things that I learn while being an author.
You don't have to 'give tips" every time you blog. You can simply write about what happened during your day; while writing or not writing.
Write about what has upset you. It's the cheapest therapy I know.
Better yet, write about the struggles of your writing life because a lot of us want to know how you overcame that particular problem.
Last week, I met up with fellow book diva Dee Lawrence and we had an amazing breakfast at Eggspectations. I had the breakfast burrito and after seeing mine, so did she.
We were able to chat and catch up on all that has been happening with us in our private lives and our writing lives.
After a couple of mimosas' we just sat and people watched for a bit before calling it a morning.
We met early and before we knew it; four hours had blown by and we really didn't want to leave but life called and told us we needed to stop relaxing and get back at it.
So we said our goodbyes and inked ourselves in for another breakfast meeting to just catch up.
See, I didn't think I would tell you all that but it's part of the reason I like blogging.
I can say just about anything I want and it relieves me of some stress.
+LadySunshine95 says she doesn't know what to blog about but I tell her; just sit at the computer and you will be AMAZED at what pours out of your mind.
Many people think you have to blog once a day or once a week. But that is not the case. You can blog as often as you need to. I find that blogging once a week helps my mental status. Just don't go to long without a blog or people will forget all about you.
Do you find it hard to blog and if so; what are you doing to make it better?
Let me know or better yet; write a blog about it and send me the link; I'd be glad to read all about it.
Until next time, keep reading and I'll keep on writing.