Posting now regularly
Itâ€™s the end of month, so here I come again with a new post.Â Let me stop you right here, as I just canâ€™t help thinking about this â€˜end of month â€“ new postâ€™ thing, and howÂ it developedÂ in the first place. Itâ€™s funny how significant we can get about deadlines, but there is more to why I post at the end of each month than just a â€˜deadâ€™ line.
Iâ€™m sure you figured it out already that youâ€™re not reading yet another avid bloggerâ€™s site, but a photographerâ€™s website, which explains some of the laziness around blogging. Simply put, we like clicking cameras, not pens.
When I remade my website, I couldnâ€™t help feeling a sense of Tamagotchi around having a Blog, which would obviously need feeding regularly, otherwise it will die, and if itâ€™s dead, then not only that I will feel guilty, but all my visitors can smell my â€˜deadâ€™ Blog, which then will give a lot worse overall look. Alright, so who would want that?
I then thought about how regularly I wouldÂ post. Once a week, or once in a fortnight?
If worst comes to worst, postig once a month shouldnâ€™t be a big deal, even with my procrastination habits (putting things off until tomorrow, and tomorrow, andâ€¦ ops, thereâ€™s actually no more day in the month! Thanks to Julius Caesar).
Some people say, it doesn’t matter how often, as long as itâ€™s a regular thing. So, let’s make a deal. I get my next post out by the very last day of each month (easy to remember!) and you set up a reminder in your phone to check my blog on theÂ last day of each calendar month.Â Are you in?