Long Summer

February 10, 2010

Rythm of blogging, so far

Filed under: about,Blog — by dbmamaz @ 9:56 am

I understand that blogs often have a life cycle, where the author is new and excited and blogs a lot, and then their interest tapers off and the blog dies eventually. Well, I’m not there yet, but in my second month, I am starting to see a different rhythm . . . one which is, i suspect, common among but unique to women’s blogs. (ok, are most bloggers women, anyways?). I have about 5 days out of the month where I am NOT writing. 3 days of pms .. . come on, who wants to hear me complain bitterly about people breathing? 2 days of heavy bleeding where I can barely keep my head off the pillow and all spare energy goes towards keeping some semblance of school going, dinner on the table, and appointments kept. And since I’m only posting about every other day anyways, that could stretch out to almost a whole week without a post – it feels so frustrating! But it’s just another life lesson. I get to learn to accept myself as I am and allow the world to unfold as it will.



  1. Well, it’s your blog and you can write as often or as little as you like.

    I am finding I prefer to keep it short and often if I am able.

    Comment by ummtafari — February 10, 2010 @ 6:50 pm |Reply

  2. PMS? Oh, yeah, that thing that will happen to me again when I stop breastfeeding dd0. 🙂

    Comment by Catherine — February 12, 2010 @ 10:33 am |Reply

    • hah! Actually i think it took another year after weaning . . . my pms is much worse now than it was bofore the three kids

      Comment by dbmamaz — February 12, 2010 @ 10:36 am |Reply

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