Blogging is a tool whose versatility allows for many uses and the benefits that can be derived are myriad.
I. Am. So. Fed. Up. Of blogging tips! SEO this, affiliate that, back link what? And I still don’t know what half of it even means.
I am probably not the best person to be giving advice on productivity or anything that has to do with achieving anything. I am a slacker; a lazy, underachieving slacker, who never finishes what she starts, which is strange, because according to my zodiac sign I’m supposed to be a relentless go-getter.
Everybody just loves them some Keda. Apparently I am some effervescent ray of sunshine, who’s always happy and perky and chipper and positive. Sometimes however, just like any other super human, I get discouraged and depressed about the vicissitudes of life.
Hadn’t I been a lazy, demotivated bum (sometimes), that title would have read -‘Yay Me, it’s my 1 year blogging anniversary’ (because I hate the taste of the word blogi*incoherent mumbling*sry).
Every now and again, some fancy ‘schmancy’ pop psychological theory will arise that will tell you how wrong you are living your life and how you need to do this instead, in order to achieve that.
How often do you tell yourself “I prefer to be alone,”? If given the chance to live on the earth alone, just you and the animals, would you take it? You probably answered yes or maybe not. Who am I kidding, we all do at some point.
Liar, liar pants on fire, If you tell me that you have never compared yourself to anyone else, wanted to be like somebody else or jealous, even a teenie weenie bit, of someone else. There are times we just aren’t pleased or satisfied with the person we are.
The dust has settled, the excitement of Christmas is over and despite all the December planning and budgeting for the longest month in the history of longest months; January has arrived and here you are pockets pulled out, broke and mourning the seemingly longest wait ever for payday!
Every year I am charged with the gargantuan task of bidding the old year adieu and ushering in the new.