Blogging is fantastic 99% of the time. I could sit here and say I love every part of it, I’m so thankful and grateful, I love the community, etc etc, but that would be a lie.
I mean, I do think those things. Just not all the time. If blogging was easy, everyone would be doing it.
So let’s look at some of the not so nice parts of blogging.
If you’re lucky, you’ve caught your typo while reading your blog post yourself. You are quickly able to edit it on the sly. If you’re even luckier, you’ve caught all typos and spelling mistake before proof-reading.
Before some sassy idiot on Twitter has the cheek to point out you’ve used the wrong version of you’re.
Can we just reiterate that pointing out typos on social media makes you a cunt?
There. I said it. I’m not even sorry.
The best typo I ever did was write ‘nipples’ instead of ‘nibbles’. 😀
The case of CBA.
I CAN’T BE ARSED.
This is how I’m feeling right now. I am cba, tbh.
I’ve been on a 5-mile run this morning, my feet have blisters and I have about 5 blog posts to write. All I want to do is play Tomb Raider on the Xbox.
Writers blog is real. The trick is to start typing and hope for the best.
The case of the numb left foot.
Every time. I DO IT EVERY TIME. I’m doing it right now, even.
I sit with my legs cross and my feet go numb.
Then I can’t walk and I promise myself I’ll stop sitting at the computer with my legs crossed because it’s very uncomfortable. Also awkward if someone knocks at the door and I can’t get there.
The great op that never gets back to you.
When you get offered something amazing, send off your name and address to never hear back from the PR again.
The red slip of doom.
There’s nothing worse than missing a package. The pain is worsened by the fact that you work during collection times so have to wait ages to be able to pick your package up.
Hey Royal Mail how about NOT only being open during working hours?
In the brown bin.
In only thing worse than getting a red slip, is when you get a slip stating your parcel is in a safe place. Yes. In the brown bin with all the garden waste, muck and snails. Vomit.
My Parcel Delivery lets you use couriers like Parcel Force who offer the option to leave deliveries at your local post office. NOT IN THE BIN.
What are your blogging frustrations?