They said this would happen. I’m stuck.
I have only been blogging for a couple of weeks but I find myself looking forward to it less and less; unless, of course, I have that great inspiration which demands I write. All the “experts” that I read when I was thinking about blogging warned that this day would come. Well, here it is.
This is a great little diagram that I found over at one of my favorite daily blogs, Indexed. I am somewhere in between the Evaluation stage and the Frustration stage with this blog. The frustration stems from not being able to answer the questions that I am asking as I evaluate. Who is my audience? Why am I writing? Who am I helping? Am I blogging for me or for others? Does blogging make a difference for me or for others? Does blogging prepare me or help me along the way to God’s ultimate purpose for my life? Should I continue to post three times every week or should I just do one longer post? Or maybe I should do a really short one everyday?
These are just some things I wandering about; some things I’m stuck on.
What about you? I would love to hear from you!
What is your dream? Your project? Your ambition?
What stage are you in? How are you handling it?
What are your suggestions for moving past the frustration stage and renewing imagination?
Also, a little feedback from you would be great. What do you like as far as length and frequency of post?