Daily posts, reflections, and other conundrums
I've been doing daily posts on this blog site since late August, though, with almost daily posts since the third week in May on my long-standing blog, Natural Gardening. So this is now 211 blog posts since late May, when I look at the archives. Hmm.
Whether this is a good thing or not, I don't know; there's discipline in daily posts, but my intent is always to think that I'm writing a post well enough that I'd like to read it again, as a reflection, observation, chronicle, or experience.
That's a lot of posts, and we live in a media-rich time, so I'm not thinking there are lots of folks reading my posts out there (especially on this new blog). But it's nice to have them in a sequential format to go back to (especially my Natural Gardening posts, whether gardening, nature, or travel-related).
I have more scope as far as topics with this blog site, which is why I set it up when I committed to daily posting, but it's still challenging to come up with something interesting to write on a daily basis that's not too prosaic.
The posting every day is really (for me) about the discipline of daily writing at this point.
|composite with flower visitor|
Here's another drawing from four years ago to remind me to get back to that, too.