Baseball and blogging totally go together.
I know it’s not good to multi-task, but I’m not perfect. I either do nothing or do everything at the same time. There’s no in between. Besides, the commercials during ball games are frequent and way too long when I’m not doing anything.
The more I think about it, the more I want to blog about baseball. What’s stopping me? Better question, who’s stopping me? Myself.
The imposter syndrome is real. Who am I to blog about baseball? Who am I to blog about blogging?
Life has been a grind lately. But I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Fortunately, I enjoy watching baseball and blogging. Unfortunately, school gets in the way sometimes.
Trying to do two things at once isn’t the most effective way to go. This post has taken a long time to write, and I’m not even halfway there.
In a perfect world where I had 25 hours every day, I like to think my blog posts would be longer. But I do like the shorter format. It’s a nice change from 10 page academic essays.
If you were wondering, which you probably weren’t, I’ve picked up the pace a little bit on this blog post.
Something about doing things slowly bothers me. Most of my problems would be fixed with longer days.
I think I jinxed myself. I stopped blogging because the ball game got interesting.
Remind me not to date a blogger and a baseball fan because then I’d probably never get any work done.
A part of me wishes I had more discipline when it comes to avoiding distractions. Too bad I’m a weak mortal.
I don’t know how baseball bloggers get any work done.