rambling on

Blogging inertia

A close-up of the keys on a black Mac keyboard.

How is it the end of February already? And how have I not managed to put together even one blog post this year?

It’s not even lack of things to post.

I’ve a handful of bits and pieces from last year that got skipped in the effort to get all the Christmas cards written up. And I’ve actually been quite productive this year. I was determined not to let the usual January malaise take over completely, so I picked a random class from Mixed Up Creative Academy and finished that, along with making a start on their year-long free journalling challenge.

Only one new handmade card so far, but it’s one I really like — no idea what the recipient thought of it, but who really needs feedback anyway…

One thing that was appreciated was my Valentine robot and that’s currently first on my list to write up; I’ve given up on the idea of posting things in the order they were made.

On the plus side, I have taken photographs of everything that I’ve completed, and I’ve even processed some of them ready for uploading. On the downside, I have stupidly persistent inertia over actually sitting down and writing about them. “Write blog post” has been at the top of my to-do list for weeks now. Admittedly, I have got quite a lot of other stuff done in the process of procrastinating 🙂

Anyway, this post is here to say that I am still around and still creating and hopefully it will also nudge my brain over into writing mode for long enough to catch up with the outstanding projects.

1 thought on “Blogging inertia”

  1. I was wondering where you were…..glad to know that things are okay, just life catching up with you. I often have periods like that! Can’t wait to see what you have been working on!


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