When I Don’t Blog, Here’s Why

I didn’t publish a blog post yesterday. But I thought about blogging. That counts for something, right?

I know, in the future, there will be days I don’t get anything up. So if you’re ever wondering why I didn’t publish a post, you’re in luck.

I did everyone a favour and listed some of my excuses down below.

You’re welcome.

I felt tired.

I know it’s a terrible excuse. But it’s usually not the only one I have on any given day.

I fell asleep.

Funny enough this happened yesterday. I guess I really was that tired. I can’t guarantee it won’t happen again.

I didn’t feel well.

Even though I enjoy blogging, I don’t enjoy it as much when my head is pounding.

I ran out of time. 

On days I don’t manage my time well, I publish posts at 11:59 PM. On days I don’t manage my time at all, I publish posts the next day.

I just couldn’t bring myself to hit the post button.

There are a number of reasons for this. I could write an entire blog post on it. In fact, I just might.

Now you know.

14 thoughts on “When I Don’t Blog, Here’s Why

  1. I missed the weekend (I marathoned Harry Potter with Kris and our friend) so when I looked back on your posts and noticed I dates, I realized you were late as well. 😛
    But that’s okay. We all need a break here and there.


      1. Because you want to be done earlier. I did the same thing. I took six courses when the recommended was four-five and then I even took 2-3 classes in the summer.


      2. Yep. I got two degrees in four years. One was a two-year program and the other was a four-year program. Credits from the first degree transferred, which helped.


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