So yeah, I finally did it. This is my first blog post from my iPhone. I fear it will be filled with typos since I hate touch screens and the words I want just aren’t being properly typed. I miss buttons. I love buttons. Why can’t they all have buttons? Can they please make an iPhone with buttons?
Now I find myself riddled with questions. Like should I get insurance on my phone? Or AppleCare? What apps should I get? Should I use iMessage or just turn it off? How do I preserve the battery life on my phone? How do I type better with this stupid touch screen?
It’s been less than 24 hours since I got this phone. How long does it take the average person to get used to it? And is there such a thing as blackberry withdrawal? Because I believe that may be what I am now experiencing. Is it weird that I’m using a picture of my blackberry as my wallpaper for my iPhone?
Because I’m barely doing it anymore. And it’s upsetting me that I haven’t been able to. I’m thinking I’ll have more time for it in April. Maybe. I’m way behind and will never catch up. But it’s okay. In time, I will once again become accustomed to blogging. Wish me luck.
I feel like I literally have no time. And it saddens me greatly. When I do have a spare moment, I’m tired. It’s even a tremendous effort to log into WordPress sometimes. Is this an all new low of laziness for me? Maybe. In terms of blogging. But I’ve hit many lower lows than this in terms of laziness in life in general. It’s definitely not that I don’t have anything to blog about. I’m actually at a point where I have more topics to blog about than I’ve ever had before. I just don’t have the time to blog about them. And then there’s also the fact that I’m one of the most indecisive people on earth. So how do I decide which of my many topics I should blog about? I don’t. And they remain unblogged about. Which really is a shame.
Is it worth it to devote more time to blogging? There are so many other things I can occupy my time with. Maybe it is time that I get a new computer. And a new phone. That would probably motivate me to want to write more. If you’re constantly dealing with technology that continues to fail you, then why would you want to devote your time to something that requires its use? Sometimes I think about starting a blog post and then decide that it isn’t worth the effort and frustration of dealing with my computer. And my phone. Well, you know about my phone. Good luck getting a blog post out of that thing anytime soon.
Since we’re over a week into February, I just figured it was about time for a new blog post. And I wanted to let you know that I haven’t given up or anything. I’m still here. Sadly, I’m nowhere near on schedule with my writing. Actually, I never really had a schedule. But I mean there are still a bunch of things from last summer that I thought I would have blogged about but never did. Should I start with those? Or just skip to the now and write about more current occurrences? Or switch back and forth between old and new? Or would that be too confusing? Chronological order is usually a good thing, right? But then this is a random blog, so do I even need any sort of order?
If you have a blog, how do you stay motivated to keep on writing? Any tips or suggestions?
Sorry it took so long. I hope the quality of this post is not indicative of the type of year I’m going to have. I’ll just leave you with a picture of me ringing in the new year with my sparkles and champagne at Celebrities.
I hope I get another opportunity to wear an outfit this shiny again some time.
For no apparent reason. I guess it is possible. Though it causes me to severely limit the content of each post I write.
One of the reasons I wanted to blog everyday was because I was really behind on my posts and I figured I could catch up if I wrote a new post everyday. But that sort of backfired. Because instead of writing the posts I wanted to write, I ended up writing short and stupid ones, which put me even more behind on my blogging. Fail.
At one point I said that I was about two weeks behind on my tweets, two months behind on my blog posts, and two years behind on my life. How does one catch up when one is so far behind? I haven’t yet figured that out.
Since tomorrow is October, there’s no way of knowing whether or not I will publish a new blog post. I might. Or I might not. Your guess is as good as mine.