Why I’m hitting a bloggers wall

 
I have been suffering with bloggers block for months and months.  I just can’t seem to climb over that big brick wall that’s cemented itself in front of me. Why?There’s a number of reasons. Probably too many to list on this particular post. But, you know what? I’ll give it a go:

1. I’m getting married in 3 weeks to this day. Any free time I have between now and then is literally filled with pre marital errands. My wife to be, is currently a bubbling pot of firey stress lava ready to errupt and explode any minute. I don’t protest.

2. We go on our honey moon 2 days after the wedding. See above.

3. My 18 month old son has entered the terrible two’s early. If I’m finished with all my pre marital and honeymoon chores, my son ensures that any ounce of free time I have is filled with chasing him around the house, cleaning, tidying, games, more tidying, games, playing, more cleaning and watching Toy Story on a continuous loop!

4. I have a full time job. Like most of you out there, I’d rather be writing for a living, but reality says otherwise. I have to go out and face the grind on a daily basis, if I want to feed my family, that is!

5. I’m exhausted! My prime time for doing any writing or blogging would be a few hours before bed when the house is quiet and calm. Lately though, with everything that’s been going on, we’re giving it big Z’s soon after the miniature monster goes to bed!

6. Am I just out of ideas? Hundreds of posts and likes, and thousands of views later, has my blogging fire just naturally extinguished? 

Excuse me folks, I’m heading out to try and scale this hideous wall. Again!

One thought on “Why I’m hitting a bloggers wall

  1. Dude…Chill out!! First, congratulations- getting married is a big step. Breath and enjoy every second from now through the end of the honey moon. Don’t think about anything else, not your job, not even your kid, especially not this blog. Believe me, it goes quickly and if you don’t take your time to enjoy it you’ll regret it. 2. I know how frustrating and energy consuming kids can be. I have 2, and my little one has 2 years and so. You’ll miss the time he was 18 months. Believe me. So the question shouldn’t be why you’re hitting a wall… Is why would you care right now 🙂

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