There are days where I feel so sluggish and not in the mood to write. Let's be honest, you don't always want to write, no? Especially when you are a full time college student or you are a full time working mommy or whatever it is, trust me, you will have 'that' day. I tried to write but I feel like everything I managed to jot down is terrible. However, there are things I do when the mood to write is just not there.
Update old photos
I love to update photos in my previous blog posts just because it shows how far I have come to the journey, especially with my photography. Now, I am still getting the hang of it, I know they are not the best however I am doing it. Practice makes perfect, right? I just edit a little something here and there or I will change the filter of the old photos.
Update my previous posts
I do this all the time where I will check back my previous posts and spot grammatical errors or typo errors or anything that seemed wrong. I made a little changes in my How Did I Begin Blogging post. I changed the photo and a tad bit of the content as well.
Before I edit the photo (the one in the outlined pink box)
After I edit the photo
I usually write a post outline about whatever comes into my mind. It is just an outline, I don't even have a suitable title for it as I can edit them later on. It is okay, nobody is going to see it. Honestly, it may be gibberish and horrible-looking but from there I will find a precious idea to create a full post. That way, I don't suck the fun out of writing. I love writing, and I don't want to hate doing something I love.
Re-read my 'glory' posts
Whenever I don't feel like writing, I choose to read. I read just about anything and one thing I like to do is re-read the posts I have written a while back. I will go back and read them one by one and I will get motivated by em' posts! And I will re-read the comments as well 😉 Some of my glory posts are the ones displayed on the featured slider. I know, I am tacky liddat lol.
I save the best for last 👐 Bloglovin' has way better dashboard than Blogger, hands down. I am so sorry Blogger but you have to step up your dashboard game. Thanks for introducing me to Bloglovin', Erin. My life has changed ever since! I am dramatic liddat. Anyway, Bloglovin' is like a playground to me where I make sure to goof around and enjoy my time spend hours and hours reading awesome blog posts and I am moved by them. How can I not?
What do you do when the mood to write is just not there?
P/s: I just turned 20 and I am spending my birthday in front of my laptop working on my drafts lol