In a recent post we shared how we blog and from reading the comments we found out bloggers use anything from a pad and pencil to blogging on their phones.
So for new bloggers who wonder if one way (to blog) is better than another, the answer is, “No. It comes down to doing what works best for you”.
Now that we have the “how” question answered, let’s move on to the “When?”.
When I started blogging, I wasn’t sure how I’d squeeze writing time into my already busy schedule (we are self-employed and I work in a home office), but I figured I’d find a way.
And I did.
In between phone calls, administrative work and errands, I’d sneak in blocks of time to learn blogging. The more I learned about blogging, the more time I wanted to invest in it. I became more efficient in my real job which opened up more time for blogging.
I’ll admit. In the beginning I was addicted to blogging. I was also addicted to checking my statistics too often, and tried to analyze information I didn’t understand. I played with coding, crashed my blogs, and changed my theme more times than I can count.
Some might say it was time wasted, but for me it was fun.
Now, four years later, I’ve settled into a pattern of blogging after dinner. once or twice a week when the house is quiet and I am alone with my thoughts.
Although I receive inspiration all day long (for blog posts), my writing time is usually at night.
What say you?
When you do blog?
Do you schedule time for blogging or do you just do it when the mood strikes?
Care to share?