The Best Thing About Blogging

I know you are wondering where I’ve been.

Maybe that’s presumptuous of me.

Maybe you don’t care.

Out of sight. Out of mind?

Could be.

I’ve had so much turmoil in my life over the past few months. The death of my son’s dog, followed by the death of my husband’s father. Add on top, home renovations that have made my house look like an episode of Hoarders, and you can understand why I have not only been absent but unmotivated to blog.

But that’s ok. You know why? My blog has been busy working, even if I haven’t. Hands down that has got to be the best thing about working for myself and being a part-time, full-time blogger.

What other job earns you money when you are not present? I’m sure there are few but I can’t think of any at the moment.

Yes, my income has dipped but I can, and will recover it. At least for a little bit before I go on vacation to Cape Cod in June.

I love my job!


14 thoughts on “The Best Thing About Blogging

  1. Absolutely do care! You’re not out of mind, and are thought about by a lot of people it seems. Sometimes life trials inspire us, while other times they seem to block the creative thought process. The latter is where I’ve been the past few months.
    Enjoy your trip, and look forward to reading new posts when you return!

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  2. Sorry to hear about your losses, Elena. I’ve had a terrible year too – losing my parents within 7 months of each other and lots of other turmoil. But you’re right, our blogs keep earning (and keeping us sane!).
    You totally deserve that holiday!

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    1. So sorry to hear about your parents. It is a lot harder than people think when you are older. They assume it’s expected so easier to deal with but it’s not. Sending lots of love!


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