Giving advice is easy. If you don’t know what advice to give, you Google it.
One of my clients gives me blogging advice topics to write about. I’m gratified to see the posts are quite popular. I blithely expounded on topics like disciplined, regular posting, and recording ideas while they’re fresh. I mendaciously murmur about becoming a proper part of the blogging community.
I don’t do any of it.
My blog could be a way to overcome writers’ isolation, but I don’t really mind it. It could market my business, but I have enough work to keep me occupied. It could be a place to write for fun, but writing is always fun. Even the boring stuff is fun because I have to try and make it interesting, and I write all day, every day. It’s as much fun as I can handle.
Today is my day off. I’m taking a little holiday. What am I doing? Yep, I’m writing for fun. I had umpteen fantastic post ideas since I tackled Jack and Jill. It’s too bad I can’t remember what they were.
Which brings me back to advice: record ideas when you have them! I resolve to try following my own advice for once…