"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…"
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…"
"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…"
"National Blog Posting Month. Its another ning network I joined. The challenge is to post every day for a month straight. I decided to do it to get more into personal blogging. http://www.nablopomo.com"
"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.…"
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