I was visiting my friend Thisisme over at her blog and I found this posted on her blog:
Blogging without obligation . . . . . . and hoping you do the same.
Or another perfect example is this:
I can’t drink coffee without creamer. SO, I buy a Refrigerator Container since it’s the most practical price wise – but to be honest most of the time a portion of it goes to waste. Why? Because I know I have to drink coffee every day in order for that creamer to be gone by the expiration date (or X amount of days it needs to be consumed after it’s opened.) However, if I buy the box with the little individual packets that seem to have an endless expiration date – they are gone in like a week.
So, why is this? I’m not sure, I can’t explain it other than I guess it’s because they I’m required to do this or that, by X date and there isn’t a choice in the matter. When you are forced to do something, it’s no longer something you enjoy it becomes more of a burden, a requirement rather than something you can enjoy.
So, Right Now – here on my blog – I’m Stopping. Not Blogging but stopping trying to plan my blog. There are no more “Set” posts or series, it’s going to be raw, real life, and if I post from one my series, then it’s because it fits. Because it’s want I want to do. Not out of obligation.
So, here’s to moving forward parameter free on this blog.