I Should Blog That!

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There have been many, many occasions where I have been out and about and thought, “I should blog about that!”

Ideas float around in my head constantly. I can be inspired by something as simple as a comment or part of a conversation. Sometimes a great idea comes from something I have read or seen.

Most of the ideas that float around in my head would be great topics of discussion here at Silent Cacophony.

I’ve been blogging for a while and I am never at a loss for ideas. The thing that stops me from posting all these things is, invariably, time.

I simply don’t have the time to write everything that I want to.

That being said, I’m sorry for the ideas that have floated by and away from me. It’s too late to catch all those strays.

I still want to write…
– album reviews for projects that came up earlier this year.
– those interesting blog challenge and unity days that have long since passed
– commentaries about events that have passed.

Those strays are gone, but I do have ideas for posts and short stories that I have scribbled down that will, hopefully, see the light of day soon.

Hey, I just thought of something else – I should so blog about that.

Gotta go now. See you soon! Happy blogging!

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4 responses to “I Should Blog That!”

  1. Hi Chase .. I feel like you often – & I write brilliant posts in the middle of the night – 'cept they're in my mind – not on paper or recorded or or or ..

    Have you looked at Evernote, SimpleNote .. ? & do you have a smart phone .. these work on those ..

    It's the tools to make life easier – we both need to learn ..

    Brains we got .. it's the rest!? Cheers Hilary

  2. Carry a small spiral notebook in your back pocket and scribble your thoughts down as they come. Most bloggers like to read short posts, so in no time at all, you should have the foundations for many good posts. Have a great new week.

  3. Hi Hilary,

    I write posts and journal entries in my head all the time. If only we could do that and actually produce writing, wouldn't that be cool? I scribble down ideas in all sorts of places. I haven't used any of those new sites. It's not so much about losing the ideas as it is about finding the time to follow through on them.