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Apparently, according to the lovely Darren Rowse of ProBlogger in a recent posting, I should be aiming to post every day. Yikes. I say YIKES. I don’t know about you but that seems a lot to me. Like the person in the room who NEVER shuts up. Verbal diarrhoea, only virtually.
When I started blogging, moons and moons ago, it was suggested that one post a month was enough to gain the attention of the Google ranking robots and possibly a small following of interested like minded folk. Now, that too seems a bit too little. The shy person who almost never adds to the conversation. So something in between has been my aim. Some months achieved, some months not.
What to post about is often a dilemma partly because I AM the person in the room who never shuts up, so I COULD talk and talk and blather on about all kinds of things garden-y, designer-y and planter-ly and a whole host of other thing-y‘s too.
In the words of Tim Minchin (11:22) “in my opinion, until I change it”… once a week is enough, a goodly amount for sharing of information, not so much as to annoy everyone!
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