Monday, March 23, 2009

On a Scale of Nothing to Something

You know how sometimes someone is just so busy they can't possibly blog about it?

That isn't happening to me.

It's true, I've seen a movie, watched some TV, gone to work, lost some weight, walked the dog, read a book, planned to apply to some stuff but, for real, I just don't have any gumption to talk about any of it. It felt oddly good not to write a post this weekend, right up to the point where I remembered something. I remembered that a couple of months ago I looked at the sitemeter on one of my regular reads. It's a blog that I think is great, it's around the same age as mine and I expected to see around the same stats for it as for mine. That space is doing almost 4 times the traffic that I am. This is not something that should matter, I know, but it's put the phrase "What am I doing wrong?" in my head and I can't seem to shake it loose. True to form when I feel I'm doing something wrong (which I'm not since there's no such thing in this case, but we're going to roll with the feeling words) I tend to stop doing anything at all.

I should become a motivational speaker. My first book will be called "Just Stop Doing Stuff!" It will fly off the shelves.

So, bottom line, my brain has hijacked my mojo. It happens. I'll get over it. I'm hosting a game night at my house next weekend with a group of people I hardly even know. Things like that will shake the mojo free.

1 comment:

  1. I don't think you are doing anything wrong! Sometimes people get in a slump. It will pass. You might want to start thinking about a hot people post for my birthday though. Just sayin.