The Boss asked if I’d do the post today because she’s not sure what to blog about. Sounds like a great concept for a post: what do you do when you’re suffering from blogger’s block?
You can search the internet for ideas; there are tons out there. Or, you can think of your own, but if you’re experiencing blogger’s block, that probably ain’t gonna happen.
I found one that I thought might be fun and totally useless in the grand scheme of things <he-he>: use five words to describe yourself, your blog or your business.
Awesome. I’ve asked my colleagues, JJ and Linda—and our boss, of course—to provide theirs . . .
Me: trustworthy / sensible / frank / maturing / curious … Our business—the Triple Threat Investigation Agency: settling (not settled) / developing (clients, reputation) / inexperienced / eager / efficient
Me: multi-tasking / evolving / bookish / grounded / content … Our business—the Triple Threat Investigation Agency: evolving / anticipative / irregular / responsible / honest
Me: entertaining / daring / spirited / committed / cheeky … Our business—the Triple Threat Investigation Agency: successful / confident / responsible / go-getting / keen
Me: weary / persevering / realistic / somber / steadfast … My business—blogging, writing: committed / dependable / focused / informative / work-in-progress
To shake it up a bit, I got everyone to provide three words as to how we see one another.
JJ re Rey: flaky / melodramatic / amusing … JJ re Linda: bright / kooky / reserved … JJ re Boss: focused / remote / sad
Linda re me (Rey): flighty / corny / melodramatic … Linda re JJ: conservative / careful / ever-learning … Linda re Boss: committed / persistent / growing
Me (Rey) re Linda: dry / traditional / brainy … Me (Rey) re JJ: serious (too) / waffly / caring … Me (Rey) re Boss: weak / over-caring / loyal
That was fun . . . and I’m sure we’ll be talking to one another again real soon.
And you? How would you describe your amazing self?
2 thoughts on “Blogger’s Block”
Morning! You know, you used a great word that I hadn’t seen anywhere in a long time: waffly. Enjoy the weekend. See ya.
I am so swamped with the 9-5 and mom-care, I don’t know if I responded (I feel like I did, but I don’t see a reply). LOL Anyway, I thought it was a great Rey word.
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