03 Apr Conclusions
The weird thing: I actually liked non-stop blogging.
If I had an Iphone or some kind of phone that would let me fully blog and take/post photos, it would have been a lot easier. There was a lot of pulling over in the car and then downloading pics from my camera to the laptop and then uploading to the blog. That was pretty annoying.
What was interesting was how much of my life is spent not on the Internets. Before blog-o-rama, I was beginning to feel like I spent too much time online.
But that’s actually not true.
I spend far more time writing, cooking, cleaning, eating, listening to music–just living. Granted, I sometimes do all of the above while holding my Blackberry in my hand. But in general, I’m not nearly as consumed with cyberspace as I thought i was.
I won’t ever do this again. (As a matter of fact, if you haven’t read each post in order and you think you’d like to, just go to the Categories drop-down menu on the right and select Blogorama. All the posts will pop up. Enjoy. ‘Cause in a few days, I’m deleting all the posts in that series. Way too much personal info up in there.)
Now, it’s back to normal. Back to writing about writing. Timothy needs to know how to track down an editor. Just got an email from a freelancer who needs advice on taxes. I’ve got Pitch Me entries waiting to be ripped to shreds gently critiqued. And I have to go ahead and write that RIP post for a magazine whose death completely shocked me.
Dear readers, did you read all the posts? Did it drive you crazy? What stuck out to you? Do you think you could ever do a full day of nonstop blogging?
I’d love to hear from you…