Burning Out and Scaling Back

It’s happened . . . I’ve developed blogger burnout. Since I don’t want to quit, I’ve decided to scale back.

I’m going to finish out two series I’ve got going:

Once those are finished, I’m going to stick to my favorite posts:

Obviously, I won’t be posting quite as consistently, but hopefully this scaling back will prevent complete burnout, as I would like to continue blogging at least until I complete my Classics Challenge (scheduled to end on or before 7/1/18).

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12 thoughts on “Burning Out and Scaling Back

  1. mtsedwards says:

    Oh, no! Not Blogger Burnout!

    I feel your pain, though. In fact, I think we’re in synch once again because I’ve already prepped next week for another hiatus since it’s Spring Break for me. So no outfit posts for five days. I’m practically giddy with relief.

    So you go with your scaling back! As one of the people who’d encouraged you to go beyond GCOGH and start this blog in the first place, I feel responsible for your heath and well-being and encourage any action that ameliorates any blog-related stress. 🙂

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  2. Bridget says:

    It happens! Scale back now, and maybe you’ll miss it later and come back. I’ve gone through several cycles of this, so I can totally relate. It’ll all work out! 🙂

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  3. rudejasper says:

    It’s a good plan Selah and I totally get that feeling! This month has been a bear with getting the flu and then work being crazy it’s been hard to get back in a groove and I’m still not there. It’s a time and energy consuming thing this blogging! Glad you’re sticking around and just cutting back a bit!

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