Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Tuesday already #sol18

…feels like only a few days I was doing this every day, maybe because it was. I had a few days of watching evening TV while not simultaneously working the laptop keyboard. It's been too windy here to walk much. Sunday, Easter dinner with family, pranked my grandsons with fake eggs. As mentioned in my last post, I put rocks in the plastic Easter egg shells so they wouldn't blow away. Oops, forgot to tell the boys. April Fools!

Monday I spent some of the day loafing, some setting up April writing, Camp NaNoWriMo. I'll let you know how that's going next Tuesday.

Today, was catching on curation backlog and general blog-keeping. I re-purposed (or would that up cycling?) one, deleted three blogs too long out of use and pains and hard to format the way I want for what I need -- still have too many blogs though.


  1. It was good to have a few days off after writing all of March, wasn't it? Sounds like you have enjoyed the beginning of April. Hope your grandsons had fun with the rock eggs!

    1. Yes, it was. I could have used more than two, especially since I used one to set up and get started on an April writing project. After salt in the coffee maker, I suspect their mother had even more fun over the rock eggs than the boys -- they thought they were getting candy and one almost chomped a rock.

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    1. A long, convoluted story ~ tl;dr.

      One approach to blogging says there can be only, put everything on it. Another says as many as needed for different purposes, topics. There are actually blog posts and opinions on this -- more than I would have thought.

      I started with just one for about 3 years but was also blogging local arts community activities and area announcements, as well as trying to blog for myself. That was easier to manage on two blogs. Later I was asked to blog and run social media first for a local service organization and then for a newly formed adjunct faculty organization. Obviously, both had to be separate blogs. And so it went. No wonder I burned out...

      Besides the blogging load, writing in too many voices can lead to losing your own personal voice.