Programming note: April 17, 2014

The 7 1/2 people who check my blog have probably noticed that posting has been sporadic for the last several weeks.  I thought that making myself do at least one daily post would keep me in the habit of updating this space regularly.  After a while, the Song of the Day went from being fun to generating pressure.  That pressure made me averse to posting at all on certain days and it started stifling my creativity.  I’m going to go away from forcing a daily post.  There will still be Songs of the Day, but rather than being daily, they will be when the mood strikes.  I will also be including posts of a more personal nature and experiment with exploring my constant internal monologue.  After all, the title of this blog is A Serious Thinking Problem, so I am going to make a point of sharing more of my internal struggles and triumphs.

~ by schlippo on April 17, 2014.

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