Getting burnt out is very common in blogs these days, it seems. Try not to do that. I’m going to discuss this today in my own blog. Don’t let yourself get burnt out.

Today, as I was getting ready to write this, I signing into WordPress, and realized that I had no idea what I was going to write about. All I could think of was, “What the heck am I going to write about today?” That’s a bad sign. Trust me, it is.

I’ve heard before that not knowing what you’re going to write about is the first step to getting burnt out. That’s scary. I’m determined to make this blog work, even if it’s not the most successful blog in the world. Knowing that I didn’t even think about what I was going to post until five minutes before is extremely scary.

Don’t let yourself become like me. Yes, I’m still getting my blog post up on time, but I thought about skipping one day just because my laptop is in the shop. That’s not a good excuse if you have something else you can get internet access from. You have to get your blog up consistently if you want to be successful.

You may have a dream of having an extremely successful blog. If you want to achieve that, you have to not let yourself get burnt out.

This isn’t just about blogs. The same can go for books, too.

You have to keep a consistency about writing your book. Maybe you don’t have a certain schedule about your writing, but make sure you write a lot. I take a little bit of a risk with my writing and only write every single day for a month and then take a month off. I have to make sure that I keep up with that after the month break. Risky, I know.

Keep up with your writing, authors. If you ever want to be published, you have to keep it up. Keep the faith, writers. I believe in you all.