Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Musing of a C Working Mom Part 5 - Blogging

Yesterday was a bad day...for me as a blogger.

First, I decided to write a *word* that might be causing problem in this blog. That's too bad because I used it appropriately. And I honestly believe it's needed to be said in light of wanting to truly tell people what one of the husband's needs are. Anyway, I will not use that word again here. That's fine by me.

The other day, Monday, I decided to register at Top Blogsite. I was very excited, as my rating rose from 117 to 86 in just one day (and night)!. The bad thing is I got obsessed with it. I was checking my rating constantly! An then I discovered an error! I am giving it a couple of days for the Top Blogsite people to work it out and inform me what went on (might be related to what I talked about in my first paragraph) but today I promised myself not to look at that rating anymore. In fact, I promised myself that after I finish this post I won't check in anymore until later tonight, maybe tomorrow. (Oh, yes, I used to check every hour by the hour ;)

I discovered yesterday what's causing most of my anxiety - it's simply my disorganization. I am afraid I am passing it on to my kids. It's like blind leading the blind and that makes me sad. Maybe it's time for me to take Ritalin.


BlondeMom said...

You know...I occasionallly use the "s" word on my blog and have written about my boobs. My sweet mother, who is VERY reserved, reads my blog so I try not to write anything that would offend her. BUT this is your blog and you write what you want! I think as long as it is rated PG-13 we won't run away! It's easy for me to say this, though. I tend to worry about what others think way too much.

I am much more disorganized these days. I blame it on my kids and working. ;)

{Karla} said...

I suffer from being disorganized too. But I think my more severe problem is procrastination, for sure!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

I love the photos below of the snow in Hawaii!


Lisa said...

I used to be organized. Then I had a kid. LOL Now I'm afraid he's learning disorganization from me!

Love the snow pictures! You're right, I wouldn't have thought of snow in Hawaii.

Jenn said...

I strive to be organized to avoid the anxiety like you mentioned and the frustration of all the clutter... Unfortunately, it is so difficult when I have other people in the house working "against" me :-/

I wish I had a wife-for-hire so I could relax and blog. ;)