It seems that everyone is blogging; except me. I’ve been looking though my blogroll, (Where did that term come form?) and all the great blogs that I check have new and interesting topics covering odd perfume reviews to ten places on earth that someone won’t visit again.
I have to be honest; I’ve hit a wall when it comes to the blog. It wasn’t easy in SD, but I got used to writing posts. I’m by no means a talented writer and I’ve been asked on more than one occasion, ‘who are you writing it for anyway?’ I’m still thinking about that.
I’ve tried on more than one occasion over the last two weeks to sit down and write something only to be distracted by some other, often meaningless task. I’ve been using the Emergent Task Timer, and I think its really excellent, it helps me focus on specific tasks, thanks to David Seah for creating it. I think that I’ve been letting myself be distracted to avoid writing posts and I don’t know why this is.
There are things that I keep noting to post; ‘the depressed barber and why it is so hard to get a decent hair cut for under 15 euro’, ‘the crap customer experience with O2 experience’, and ‘why Irish ‘Scangers’ should be banned from Grafton Street’. It’s all there and more! For example Maggie has visited and since gone back to SD, and has there been any mention of going to Croke Park, or the Guinness Store House, or the Porter House or my mum’s house?
If there was a term for a psychological inhibition preventing a blogger from proceeding with a post, I think it would have to be termed “Bloggers Elbow”.