How I Make Time For Blogging Everyday…

Recently, I decided to make blogging a part of my daily routine writing about issues in our lives, from food recipes, travel stories, stories in general, poetry, and almost all parts of what writing is. I know it is not an easy thing to blog everyday. I know some people cannot make time to blog everyday as employment, life, family, children, life outside the home, cooking, cleaning, traveling take over and that is no problem at all. It is very important to balance life with everything and that is perfectly fine.

Now, I am here to tell you, how I balance blogging into my daily routine everyday. In the morning hours before having breakfast or in the evening after finishing with dinner and washing dishes, I make sometime for myself to sort out my thoughts and I start to write. Writing in my blog everyday is very important to me and I make it a daily chore. I am a huge neat, clean and organization freak, that I tend to do cleaning a lot, having laundry done, so on and so forth, that I made blogging into my daily habit. I spend quite a bit of time with my blog as I do with my chores, family, family outings, traveling, and more. I am determined to change the world one person at a time into happier, positive, optimistic people who can make a difference with themselves and give off that same positive energy to other people around them and in each and everyones communities across the world, so that we can see more smiles, more love in our communities and where people can tolerate each other, how people can get along with one another.

Life is so short to dwell on things, and there is no need for hating, making fun of people, bullying, so on and so forth. I am here to hopefully change the world because I am tired of seeing negativity when I get out in the public. I can sense and feel it right away. I feel that the more I blog everyday, and the more my message gets out to people across the many miles of our world, the better it will be for all of us. I think its an incredible form of technology to be able to blog, to be able to put our feelings, life and words out there for people to hopefully catch on and read.

In conclusion, blogging is a big priority for me, and knowing that people smile, and have this awesome burst of energy and seeing people happy is all the more of why I love to blog and I wish everybody nothing but the best in life. Blessings to all.

44 thoughts on “How I Make Time For Blogging Everyday…


  2. Talin,
    That is a wonderful post. You have a beautiful heart. I am glad you are doing
    what you are doing, and I enjoy reading what you have to say. Thanks for setting
    aside the time to blog. I know you ARE making a difference, one post at a time.

  3. Very inspiring. I asked myself how you do it, but I understand now, and, yes, we do need more positive messages to make a difference. Thanks for this blog. Have a great rest of the week!

  4. Thanks for sharing the encouragement. I am doing better πŸ™‚ at posting on my own blog. I appreciate the desire to change for good especially by not being negative… Good luck with your goals to post more!

  5. I totally agree and share your views: we need to start changing the world from ourselves. The more people will take that approach the sooner our world will become a better place for all of us. Keep on writing and sharing you joyful views and lifestyle!

  6. A wonderful post Talin. I used to feel that I didn’t have time to blog, but I realised I was more hung up on taking the time to blog rather than just getting on and doing it. Now, even if I only have 15 mins in my day I’m comfortable with that and will happily use this to write rather than feeling short changed about the fact that I ONLY have 15 mins. Life is after all how you view it!

  7. I applaud your enthusiasm. I have decided I want to blog once a week, although I often have blogs in waiting ready to go and sometimes have to change the order to make one more topical. I write a daily diary which I do not publish. It is good to be positive, but we also have to acknowledge that there is grief and suffering in the world and try as you so rightly say to make a difference in our own small sphere. Sometimes just a small act of kindness can make a difference to one’s whole day so it is good to offer that in turn to other people. I am sure you do make a difference. Good luck with your journey.

  8. Hello Talin, you are so sweet telling that you want to make people happier. Thank you so much for sharing. By the way, I have probably to do the same as you with blogging in order to write frequently. the most of the times I take care of other things till I have no time to blog!

  9. It takes discipline on our part to post everyday, I know when I started out several years ago I posted every single day for a year then I went to every other day, but now I post what God leads on my heart if He says not today Desi then today I won’t blog. Because for me blogging is not what I want to share but what GOD want to say to His people. Take your time and don’t allow yourself to be stressed out because it can if you allow it. Have a blessed day today, and thank you for always reading my post.

  10. Thank you for inspiring me to continue writing every day. Once I make up my mind to do something, it’s hard not to because I’ll feel like I let myself down. It’s important for me to follow through and do what I said I’d do. The only way for me not to write every day would be to change my mind and tell myself I don’t have to. Which could happen, but not today.


  11. That’s a nice post. Thanks.
    I’ve become a more positive person over the last one year. It all started when I read the book ‘The Secret’ in late 2009, and after that I’ve read a few more books on the law of attraction and positive affirmations. It took me about two years for everything to sink in. But still I am following only a few good things that are mentioned in that book. Will do my best to follow the rest.

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  12. indeed… life is short.. make the most of it… thanks for sharing your thoughts about blogging… exactly what i needed!

  13. Nice! Same here, I’m trying to blog every day. Give some people a subject to talk about, some can go on for an hour while others can go on for a couple hours. I know of a few who can go on for hours and not require a subject! The tricky part is keeping it interesting. πŸ™‚

  14. Very insightful post, as always. As much as I love writing and blogging, there are days and weeks when I don’t feel like blogging. I love how you have incorporated blogging into your daily routine.

    Here’s to successful blogging in 2012!


  15. I try to blog often although not every day, but it definitely takes time away from writing. I could be working on my next book idea, composing more pages in my WIP, or revising what I’ve written instead of writing a blog. But I like the opportunity it offers to share thoughts with my readers. Good for you for sticking to your plan and meeting your daily goals.

  16. I really like this post and I wish people were more positive – like you! I also write a lot of my posts, or research photography, art and products right after dinner.

    Keep up the great writing!

  17. I love this! Trying to convince myself to blog six days a week. My only problem is topic. For the last month or so, my worry has been about not having any writing work. So as not to whine about my worries or just sit in front of my screen worrying, I haven’t written on my blog, itself.
    So, how do you come up with different topics every day, without fail?

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