The Secret To Supporting Multiple Blogs- NaBloPoMo

My Old Kitchen

My Old Kitchen.

I don’t believe in Writer’s Block nor do I suffer from it. The only problem I have with writing lies in how much I dislike most of what I write.

The words flow from my fingers onto the page and when I look at them I cringe and wonder why I would ever publish something as awful as what I am looking at. I stare at it and wonder why when I call the words forth they refuse to assemble in a way that is pleasing and then I just shrug my shoulders and move on because the only way to get to the other side is by going through.

I Just Murdered 800 Words

Yeah, I just deleted 800 words because I thought they were simply awful and I couldn’t stomach giving them life. It was another case of bad blogging and I wasn’t willing to be guilty this time around so you are getting this post instead.

This is where I tell you that NaBloPoMo is an exercise in which people blog daily and that if you can blog daily you can support multiple blogs because both of them are exercises in discipline.

Look at the blurry photo above and you see the new kitchen from my old house but I see 10,000 memories and that reminds me that the best bloggers are storytellers.

That is the trick we all want to master, learning how to tell a story that is so compelling people can’t help but keep reading. It is a big part of why I write daily because the goal is to figure out how to master that trick and I haven’t a clue how it is done other than to practice writing with reckless abandon.

Give Life To Old Posts

Sometimes I try to revive old posts by sharing them long after they ran with the hope that readers who haven’t seen them will find a golden nugget among them.

It is why I decided to share the links below with you. Something in it may resonate with you or maybe I still feel guilty for murdering those other words.

There is always time for one more story. All you need to do is write it down so that someone can discover it. I write bunches of them over here. Or you can check out one of the samples below

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1 Comment

  1. LarksNotesThis November 11, 2013 at 11:08 pm

    Consistency is my achilles heel perhaps because of the dislike of my own writing you reference above. I write something and I’m like, “Wow. THAT’S HORRIBLE.” And then I read another post or book that’s amazing and whatever I’ve written seems extra-SUPER-horrible and it all spirals from there. But I’m working on it! Yay for NaBloPoMo.

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