The problem with a blogging model that relies mostly on posting when things are slow at the office is that, when things aren't slow at the office, I don't write blog posts.
I'm pitifully behind on my Reality Chef stuff, and I have a million things I've planned to post here, but...work keeps getting in the way. How irritating. ^_~
The problem is that I'm on the computer all day at work and the absolute last thing I want to do when I get home is spend more time with the computer screen--especially on either the clunky ancient machine back in my (totally trashed and unproductive) "office" or the teeny tiny EeePC out in the living room, which, half the time, the DDH is using to watch stuff on Hulu.
Plus, when am I supposed to implement all the fun and practical projects I post on Pinterest if I'm spending all my time on the computer instead? By the time I go to the gym and make dinner and spend at least fifteen minutes cleaning the house and working on some other project and caring for the dogs and the DDH, there's not a lot of time left for other things.
It doesn't help that I have a hard time turning the DDH down when he wants to cuddle on the couch and watch Hulu or Netflix.
I know what this means and I don't want to cooperate. It means I have to start getting up early again. I've been pushing my wake-up time back to the absolute limit. I woke up yesterday at 6:56. 6:56! I have to be at work by 7:45. That has to change, but it is terribly difficult to convince myself of that truth when the alarm goes off in the morning.
And now I've spent fifteen minutes blogging about how I don't have time to blog instead of writing an actual post...oh life!
So have patience with me, dear readers (all three of you). I'm still around.