Usually during the day ..while I am at "work". Yah, I know...I am one of those contributing to lower work-place effecieny. But, I actually think they should re-look at this...someone should do a study, b/c I think it makes me more efficient. I come in a little early and I jam through my work, just so I have enough time to blog. I think that makes me more efficient, right?
Hmmm... I am definitely a writer at night. So for most of the blogs I work on, night time I write then schedule them to post in the AM. My personal blog I write usually in the AM - try anyway - but I add stuff as I need to for that one. I guess when it strikes me so that I don't forget something, I add it to my list or at least make a draft of it to get it started.
It varies too much to tell! I blog at all hours! Whenever I feel inspired to do it, I do it. I'm trying to set up a schedule for blogging just like I have a schedule for everything else I work on but we'll see how that works out...LOL
I usually try to do it in the evening, but sometimes i am just too tired. So I find myself blogging in the morning after I get to work for a few minutes. I jot my blogs down in a journal, though, at night, while my son rips the house apart and after he falls asleep. And then later I just transcribe what I wrote onto my blog or in a word document. I also write during meetings that are boring. I work for a small newspaper so I have to go to a lot of boring meetings.
Almost always at night. My oldest 3 go to bed around 9:30, so I don't usually turn the computer on until 10pm or so and then I answer emails, do my blog post and read blogs.
Can I just say that I LOVE having a blogroll that lets me know when my favorites are updated!!!! It makes my life SO much easier!
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