A fantastic post, which, as most of you know, 100% supports by inability to blog every week, let alone every day!
I can’t imagine not blogging almost every day, can you?
OK, that’s an outright lie.
I can imagine not blogging almost every day.
It almost feels luxurious. It feels wide-open, limitless, free. It feels like you’d have time to create wise posts. You’d sound just like Confucius. You could edit your posts properly. You could use gramatically-correct language. You would use exclamation marks and ellipses and parenthesis sparingly, if at all.
Readers would stop by your blog and nod with amazement, “What a wise blogger! We should subscribe to her Wise Blog. Her pearly words of wisdom will tremendously enrich our days, when she chooses to publish.”
You wouldn’t use a double negative in your first sentence. (Remember Grammar 101? Do not use a double negative in your first sentence, your last sentence or any sentence in between. That involves words like “can’t” and “not” in the same breath. Miss…
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