Women Don’t Like It When You Blog During Sex


Confession: I have never tried blogging during sex so I cannot say for certain that women don’t like it when you blog during sex.

However I am willing to go out on a limb and say many wouldn’t appreciate the lack of focus upon them during this moment of intimacy. I am also willing to say there are those who wouldn’t mind and that I could easily turn this post into a discussion about the importance to focus upon people.

Really, we could move from the ‘shock’ value into a conversation about how people remember how you make them feel and why it is critical to focus upon that.

I could share some stories and tell you again about how I have very few regrets in life but those I do have are huge.

But I Am Not Going To

That is because I don’t feel like it. I don’t feel like writing about how to use your blog to make money or why content marketing is a fad. Don’t need to share the 1,933,743 greatest plugins or teach you how to tweet more effectively.

I just feel like writing because I like doing it. I am thinking about returning to I Taught Frank Sinatra How To Sing to add to the story and wondering if I want you to read Things Bloggers Say During Sex.

Life has been very good lately but very busy too.

I haven’t had as much time to write as I want to and even less to visit blogs so my commenting is way down.

Building The Blog Is Hard Sometimes

It is hard to build the blog when you don’t comment on other blogs. It is hard to build the blog when your blog is in need of renovations and you don’t have time to work on it the way you want to.

But the thing I remind myself is hard doesn’t mean impossible and at the risk of sounding self congratulatory I am among the most determined and tenacious people you will ever meet.

So much of blogging and life is about having the willingness to sustain your effort and to take one more step when others won’t. And it is worth mentioning that a willingness to be a risk taker doesn’t hurt either.

I Have Made Money From Blogging

I have made money from blogging, real money, significant amounts of money, too much too ignore money.

It has never been enough to quit working and make blogging a full time gig but enough to be noticeable and that has happened for the reasons I mentioned above. I have been willing to do things a little bit differently than others and to take some risks that others wouldn’t.

There is no single path to success here but you already know that, or at least the 17 long time readers do. The most important part of blogging is to have fun because that is the key to instilling your passion and personality into your posts.

Passion and personality are like the secret sauce. They help build connections between you and your readers and are a central part of what makes people want to keep visiting.

Triberr Tribulations

Three quick comments about Triberr:

  1. Some people won’t tweet this post because they won’t read the post and the headline will scare them off.
  2. Triberr is a tool and its use is contingent upon the skill of the user.
  3. The best thing Triberr has done is helped me meet wonderful people.

A Request

If you enjoyed this post and/or if you like my blog and I would love for you to become a fan of my Facebook page. You won’t get a signed 8×10 glossy or a decoder ring but you might be able to say you helped me become a best selling author.

Of course that might not happen if you become a fan just as it might even if you don’t. Either way it is your choice to make, all I can do is ask and promise to do my best to entertain you.

Stick around a while and I promise it will happen.

It is well after midnight and my coffin calls. Sleep well my friends and I will see you again soon.

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  1. Stan Faryna March 1, 2013 at 4:37 pm

    Timely title. International Woman’s Day is coming up. How will you celebrate them? 😛

  2. Kristen daukas February 28, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    Your titles don’t scare me. Just tweeted it from Jamaica mon…

  3. Eugene February 27, 2013 at 5:58 am

    You are one talented headline writer :).

    Great way to weed people out. I’ll go ahead and share this and see how many people stop following me :).

  4. Tracie February 26, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Your titles generally make me click – the crazier they are, the faster I click!

  5. penneyfox February 26, 2013 at 11:37 am

    Hey Jack — I just read the Shackled Writer post and now this one. I wonder if you’re feeling unsettled since the move and the new job. Sometimes these feelings come up in different ways that we can’t explain. I dunno … just a thought …

    And there’s the Triberr thing you mentioned. I signed up but never did anything with it. Some say it takes a lot of time, some say its worth it to get active — what’s your thoughts? I’m so limited on time that the thought of something that sucks up more time worries me.

    LAST point here — I’m a fan on your facebook page and I didn’t get a decoder ring. IF I find out others got one, I’m going to be pissed 🙂

    • Jack February 26, 2013 at 9:32 pm

      Hi Penney,

      Things are good, but a bit hectic right now. I am slowly settling in and finding my way. It has its ups and downs.

      Triberr can be a great tool for meeting other bloggers and promoting your blog. It sort of depends who you are hooked up with and how many people are in your tribe.

      Those things have a significant impact on the time factor,

  6. Aaron Brinker February 26, 2013 at 3:59 am


    Your titles never scare me off. In fact, I am a a dad blogger and the way I figure it I have a very diversified audience and there are very few titles that scare me off. I have already liked your face book page a long time back my friend.

    I liked it with my normal facebook page Aaron Brinker (which actually counts in your number of fans) and I liked it with my DadBlunders facebook page (which lets it rotate on my page as ones that I like). Didn’t know if you knew that but it is beneficial to like it with both accounts for a blogger.

    If it’s not to personal I am curious or I can e-mail you or vice-versa. I read you moved to Texas recently. Where in Texas did you move to Jack? I am not that far away from Texas. Hell, I spent a large part of my youth in Texas. I only live 30 minutes from the Texas border (okay maybe that is my fascination with the cowboy hats and cowboy boots).

    Aaron Brinker aka DadBlunders

  7. Annie Andre February 26, 2013 at 2:27 am

    Hi Jack you didn’t scare me off with the title. in fact you had me at the word sex. keep them coming love reading these types of posts.

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