I need an extra 4-5 hours/day. Literally I spend 3-4 hrs/day reading and commenting on blogs. Am I the only person that is having trouble keeping up?
I love reading blogs and discovering people's lives but I think I've fallen into an infinite black hole with no way out. Every day I discover more blogs that I love and want to follow and read daily. It's not enough to just read and run, I need to comment as well. Kind of like writing on the bathroom wall, Suzanne was here. Lately though I comment less often simply due to time constraints.
Also I've been signing up for Blog hops. These are crazy because there are literally hundreds of people in each hop that I want to check out…but I can't because that would mean I'd be here all day reading blogs when I'm supposed to be working on my own content and maybe, just maybe my jewelry design and illustration.
When I start eating my granola bright and early in the morning and sign into my Bloglovin' there are already 81 blogs to read at 8 am I feel like I've just missed a deadline and I will never catch up. I don't even want to talk about when I'm away for a day or two. Everything backs up and it's like homework that I didn't get to and I feel guilty about it. Guilty about not reading blogs. Is that weird?
Once I get through reading all the blogs (which basically only truly happens on the weekends) I figure okay, now I can start "real" work and by that time it's 5 pm. I'm starting to get disillusioned by my blog habit. I think it might be taking over my life. How much time per day should I really be dedicating to reading blogs?
And now…here I am blogging about it!LOL! I know…WT* right?
A blogger intervention will be required soon because family and daily tasks are being neglected. Who needs to eat or clean or waste time taking a shower when there are so many more great blogs out there waiting to be discovered.
Oh and if you think you qualify for the assistant position, be warned, the only remuneration you'll be getting is vast knowledge of other people's lives on a daily basis and some cool DIYs.