Working Blogger offers “Blogging Blues? 10 Tips for Dealing with Blogging Burnout”, an interesting list of tips to help you deal with “blogging burnout”.
But I blog at a lot of blogs – my own, ones I co-own, and ones owned by others where I blog on a revenue share basis. I have to say, too, that the whole “blogging for dollars” perspective can add to the blogging pressure. So some days, I get the blogging blues, and find it really difficult to get back into that space where blogging is fun.
I call it Blogging Burnout, and over the last year I’ve developed some strategies to get out of burnout, or totally avoid it altogether. These methods are all personal to me, my personality and my blogging style, but there might be one or two or ten that you can make use of, if you ever find yourself facing Blogging Burnout.
The blogging blues aren’t fun, and they happen to everyone. I’ve had more than my share in the past 12 years, and I’m in the middle of one on my main site right now.
So what are you doing to keep your blogging blues away and to ward off blogging burnout?
- Hook, Line and Sinker: Luring Blog Traffic to Stay
- Have Your Favorite Bloggers and Blogs Run Out of Steam
- When the Burden of Support is Too Great
- Do You Update Posts or Post Updates?
- Creating a “Bad Code Day” Error Message for Your Blog
- When The Blog Breaks: Site Monitoring
- When the Blog Breaks: Fixing Your Broken Blog
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