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source site You see, bloggers have to be on, constantly, especially if you’re trying to build something from the ground up. I probably should have been wiser with my time and scheduled blog posts but I’ve been practising for a wedding I’m singing at and generally just busy with life.
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http://heatherbestel.com/tag/ministry-of-community-development/ I have to put my hand up and say I think I’m a little addicted to my phone.
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enter site When he’d go to the toilet, make a cup of tea or generally leave me on my own for more than 30 seconds I’d reach for my iPhone and then realise it wasn’t there. I was so edgy, bored and restless when I had nothing to do. What did we do in those moments before phones?
It was actually hard for me, and I think that’s when I realised I needed to take a step back. The problem is when you spend a large portion of your day writing on a laptop, promoting your work on social media and connecting with people through online networks it’s really hard to turn it off and forget about it. It’s always in the back of my mind no matter what.
I think in one way it’s healthy because it shows I have drive and passion for what I do, but I do think it goes past a positive interest into a negative obsession.
I can’t even imagine just clocking in and out at specific times. Some nights I’m still tapping away until midnight, resulting in a shit nights sleep. I know it’s not sustainable. A big part of it comes from a lack of organisation. When you first start out blogging or building a website, there’s no formula for success. You get out what you put in, so the natural instinct is to put in a lot, to quickly reap the rewards. Realistically, if my body allowed, I could work on my blog 24 hours a day and there’d still be so much more I wanted to do with it because the sky is the limit.
I think I need to have a stern word with myself, and try to introduce a more structured and disciplined routine.
Holidays or time away, especially with friends, is not a regularity in my life. I really need to embrace my time and that means a genuine digital detox. I told myself I’d still use Instagram, but I think I need to just turn off mobile data and wi-fi and go cold turkey. I want to relax, have fun and live in the moment and I can’t do that when I’ve got one eye on my phone.
Wish me luck!