You think about your blog all the time. Even more so if you’re a daily blogger. You love blogging too much to do it once in a blue moon. Besides, life would be boring if you did.
You read articles and books and posts about blogging. Learning by osmosis is a strategy you’ve all but perfected by now.
You can work anywhere, anytime. Even at the dentist’s office right before getting your wisdom teeth removed.
You spend so much time on small details. Like choosing the right font or picking the perfect word.
You have some of your best ideas at the worst times. While you’re driving. When you’re in the shower. So you make a mental note to remember. Inevitably, one too many escape from your memory.
You procrastinate hitting the publish button. Until you realize you’ve been procrastinating for far too long.
You feel a sense of accomplishment whenever you publish a post. Afterwards, you reward yourself by repeating the procrastination cycle.
You don’t know how to talk about your blog to people in real life. What’s your blog called? You stumble and stutter. What’s your blog about? You try to change the subject.
You love your blog. And everything about it. You also love your readers. They won’t judge you, which is all you could ever ask for.
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