I do it at night after everyone is in bed and other responsibilites are done, I also will use my lunch break to do some, I schedule out blogs on the weekends so that I have something posting up throughout the week. I find that if I stay orgainzed and detailed enough I can do ok with the scheduling.
mostly at night. but i always try to stay 1 or 2 posts ahead of the game. so if i have a post ready for tomorrow, then great. but then at 9am when my son naps and my daughter is playing, i try to at least start the post for the following day. weekends are big for me (at night). staying ahead is huge for me. if i really don't get a post done, sometimes i'll just put a cute picture up.
I'll be having a post up soon on www.ourmommyhood.com about "busy woman's guide to blogging" and it has all my tips!! :)
I'm really falling behind on my reviews! And I have about 2k emails in my inbox... ugh. I do most of my blogging during kiddos nap time. At night I am often too tired.
Though I am doing NaBloPoMo right now, you post every day for a month without fail. I'm on day 5 and so far so good! visit me at http://512kidz.blogspot.com
It's a challenge, and I'm really behind right now...between Easter and some major tests and projects due at school, this week ahead looks to be my first "normal" week this month.
I do a lot on the weekends, scheduling most of my posts for the week. I also do some on my lunch break, especially on Fridays, when I only have an 8 a.m. lab and no classes the rest of the day. I have a good couple of hours at lunch to work on my blog then.
I'll also jot down ideas and work on them on my laptop when I have time, then post it once I have everything down on paper.
I pick 2-3 nights a week to stay up and work on my blog. Aside from those nights I find ways to record my post ideas during my day. While I'm driving I may record a post idea and the main points, then transcribe it later. I sometimes use my lunch and I also keep a notebook to jot down ideas.
I will admit though, I find it difficult to work ahead. I tried, but it felt like pressure. However, you ladies have inspired me to try it again. I'll let you know how it goes.
hmmm. Sadly I have been hit with a bit of insomnia, so sometimes it's at 3am. Sad, but actually a great time to blog if you have to be up anyways. Otherwise I do it here and there. While drinking my coffee in the morning and my kids are eating breakfast, or on a short lunch break while I chow on my lunch trying not to get crumbs on my keyboard. On the weekends during nap time. I admit that sometimes I write when I should be doing laundry or exercising, but I figure we all have a right to a hobby and this is mine!
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