Calling it Quits on the Month of Tater

I proclaimed this the month of Tater. I was going to write something every day this month. I did pretty good for a while. I’m not sure the posts were quality post, but they were posts.  The further in to the month I got, the less I found I had to say. I started doing as little as possible to fulfill the post a day promise.

I cheated a couple of times and reblogged an old post with a new paragraph to introduce it.

I used being in NYC as an excuse to skip a weekend of writing.

I posted about NYC with mostly pictures.

I participated in the weekly photo challenge with a picture I had just posted in the NYC post.

I did a post that was just a list of Christmas shows I watch.

I’ve now skipped another day.

Now I’m sitting here thinking I should post before I go to church and I have nothing I want to write about.

It’s obvious I am not meant to post every day. So, I’m calling it quits on the month of Tater. I will go back to writing only when I feel like I have a post in me. That might mean some months I only post a couple of times. It might mean a post every day.  It might mean I eventually give up and quit the blog altogether(probably not). I will try to help myself by possibly going back to my weekly wrap up posts on Friday. Maybe I will finally write another life as a jailbrarian post. Maybe one day I will actually look in to writing for someone who will pay me(not likely anyone would want me). I’m just not going to force it again. It’s not like I’m ever going to make a living with this, so way make it seem like a job.

 

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