Wow, I am surely the world’s worst blogger! Here am I with my new site with my very own blog and I just procrastinate blogging.  I procrastinate all my other writing too….oh, wait, except for my lists. I’m a compulsive list maker.  Alas, I’m not a compulsive list-DOER.  That’s strange because I love nothing more than crossing things off my list.  In fact, when I make a new list I always add something I’ve just done, so that I can cross something off right away. What a great feeling.

 Seriously as I redo my list every few days, I find there are some unfinished tasks that have been on the list for weeks…..months…and a couple that have been on the list for years. If you must know, getting established in a regular exercise routine is one of the real oldies. I can, report, however, that I’m making headway. I’ve been working out a little bit every night for a while now.  As I write this I’m a bit sweaty from the treadmill.  I feel really great too.  Too bad it’s almost bedtime. I’m rarin’ to go.

I will try really hard to keep up with this blog. I do have some things to say, even if no one reads them. And for a writer, blogging is at least one way to exercise the writing part of my brain.

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  1. Randy
    Randy says:

    I don’t make lists often but when I do … I do the same thing of adding stuff already done.

    Glad to not be the only one :).

    I hope you make this a regular habit. Even scheduling to only do one, two … three? posts a week. You don’t have to be OC like moi. 🙂

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  2. Barb
    Barb says:

    I just launched my website and blog this year. I’ve been terrible at writing on my BLOG. I figured – why blog when no one comments. Then I went to Traffic Blazer and saw that my site was averaging around 7,000 hits in a week. NO LIE!

    Well, anyway, I was immediately convicted that I needed to consistently offer hope on the BLOG that promises hope. So I’ve decided to BLOG about a book I’m reading on prayer. Now I don’t care if anyone comments. I just want to be sure I am putting God’s words for a hurting world out there on the Internet. Kind of a paradigm shift about what blogs are all about. Blessings, Nick!

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