I’ve been feeling quite down in the dumps these past few weeks. Not feeling “Christmassy” at all.
What it is, is that this is going to be the first year since I left my parents’ home, that I have not had the house decorated for the holiday.
Totally off the topic of anything techy – do you ever buy gifts long before the event and then forget where you have hidden them?
This happens to me way too often.
Yep - I admit it. I am totally out of ideas of topics to write about.
This is going to be a short post – I am trying to finish up two big projects before the holidays, both of which were supposed to be finished before now, but which have run into complications of functionality.
OK – so this 30-day blogging challenge is posing a real problem for me.
I’m out of ideas and the more pressure I feel to write, the more difficult it is to think of topics and the less I want to write at all.
Is it just me, or do the holidays seem to hurtle towards us faster every year?
I look up and here it is – more than a week into December
So I’m running short on time because I’ve been reading through some of the blogs I follow instead of actually writing something for Day 7 of the challenge
It all started at the barn.
I may have lost my mind, but as well as doing the #31dayblogginchallenge, I’ve set myself a new one – 30 minutes of actual exercise each day.
I admit it – I am at a loss for a topic i feel like writing about. I think this must be where the “challenge” part if the #31daybloggingchallenge comes in.
So I browsed around the web for some inspiration, Googling “What should I write about in my blog”.
I’m pretty sure that by now we’ve all seen our fair share of sliders on websites.
Most of my clients ask for a slider on their site – but not all of them need one and in some cases a slider will actually detract from the purpose of the site.
“Oh, how wonderful it must be to work from home!” If I had a nickel for every time I heard that…