When I first launched the Coach Minda website (May 2013), I made a personal commitment: write one blog a week. I had researched the business side of blogging and how to reach readers who fit the profile of would-be clients, but I wasn't ready for that kind of approach. I just wanted to learn how to express my professional interests, in writing. And publicly.
Writing 52 blogs a year (not exactly each week) has been challenging, nerve wracking, time-consuming. Difficult!
Months ago, feeling I should be writing more, but having nothing more to express (publicly), I whispered to myself, "You don't have to write every week or even every two weeks. Just write when the feeling strikes. When you have something to say."
So the blog went from a weekly, to a bi-weekly, to a monthly and now, the longest interval yet, two months (since the previous blog).
I let myself off the hook because after a few years:
A few conclusions:
When the feeling strikes,
My family, relationships, movement, nature, flexibility of mind, exploration of alternative perspectives & openness are central to my life.