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One of the cardinal rules of blogging is to be consistent with how often you post. Whether you post several times a day, a once a week, or even once a month, its important to be consistent. So what do you do if you know you are going to be away from your computer for a few days or weeks and don't want your readers to miss an update? Schedule them in advance!

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So next time you're on a creative roll, write a few posts ahead of time! Do any of you have other tips that can help reduce the stress of blogging?

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Comment by Holly Hamann on October 27, 2009 at 1:12pm
Hi Jenny - I have to resist the temptation to do the same thing! My life schedule is not consistent and so I don't always get the time to create posts regularly. I can totally understand the desire to post when the mood is there. Its also nice when posts are real-time and current. The posts I save for later are usually what I call "evergreen", meaning they will be as relevant later as they are now.
Comment by Jenny on October 26, 2009 at 9:32pm
I don't know, I like to save my posts for when I feel like blogging. If they just sit there waiting to be posted, I get itchy fingers and post them and then I feel like I've posted to much. I hate posting every day.

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