Writing Challenges – July

I have noticed a pattern in writing posts for my blog….. I get little to no writing done in the month of July.  With the exception of the year I started writing my blog, I am very lackadaisical in my writing during the month of July.  In fact, when I am not at my day job, I rarely turn on my computer at home.

As I am known to do, I began to ponder about what happens during the month of July that hinders my creative writing.  I have many theories about this.  I keep coming back to the thought that there is a lot going on during July: National celebrations, family celebrations, vacations, good weather, gardening, hiking, camping and much more.  The time truly gets away from me during this month.

As a goal oriented individual this causes me angst.  I like to reach my goals.  And because I set a goal for myself to have a new post on my blog once a week the month of July causes me stress.  I am also not reading or commenting on other blogs posted by my blog friends.  (I literally did not turn on my personal computer when I was at home for the entire month.)  I have a lot of catching up to do.

My solution for the future is to not pressure myself to write during the month of July.  Instead I will continue to follow the blogs of my friends and commenting on their writing.  If I get something written and posted, that is wonderful, but I will not put so much pressure on myself.

So please bear with me as I catch up reading posts, making and answering comments. And I hope to have several new posts in the up coming weeks.  Thanks for your patience and continued support.

22 thoughts on “Writing Challenges – July

  1. Great to see you back here again.. was anxious, if everything was well or not.. much relieved.. 😇💕

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  2. Roslyn Gallagher says:

    Soooo Happy to hear you are up and creating….Keep on, Keeping on!

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  3. Welcome back, Jill. July is a busy month in the US. it is our summer month 😊🌸stay blessed

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  4. Everything in nature ebbs and flows, waxes and wanes. Only we humans think we need to be productive all the time. Give yourself a break, Jill! 🙂

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  5. roos says:

    Agreeing with Tanja 100% we don’t need to do all the time, rest creates just as much if not more.

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  6. I have missed your posts for a while….But I’m super glad you are back😊

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  7. david says:

    I’ve recently started a blog, the information you offer on this web site has helped me tremendously. Thank you for all of your time & work.

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