When I started blogging, I imagined myself sitting in front of my laptop every night like Carrie Bradshaw and type the heck out of posts and make super stylish sense like "After all, computers crash, people die, relationships fall apart. The best we can do is breath and reboot" or "I like my money right where I can see it... hanging in my closet" and leave my readers with profound questions like " Are there women in New York who are just there to make us feel bad about ourselves?". Except I am not single, live in a city that is a mere shadow of NYC and don't chain smoke. I do rock a mean bun though!
I thought dishing out posts everyday would be a piece of cake because anyone who knows me in real life knows that I am capable of having an hour long phone conversation on a single topic as lame as why I think Harem pants should be banned! So, I assumed that I will never ever run out of topics to write about. Boy, was I wrong! The moment I sit in front of the computer, I go blank. I go blog-hopping (yup, that's a word?!) searching for inspiration. I admire bloggers who write almost everyday or atleast thrice a week. I admire them with a capital A. I get back, I sit with my laptop and even look out my window for inspiration. I try to channel my inner Carrie Bradshaw, who I think is the patron saint for all bloggers . I am pretty sure if she had lived in 2010, she would have been a blogger instead of a columnist for a print media! I know it was a lame post, but hey, a legit post nevertheless with two paragraphs and all the punctuations in place. But I will come back with posts with profound questions and quotes :p For now I will leave you with this a.k.a bradshaw " Is it really possible to find material to blog everyday if you are a housewife or do you need to have a life to be able to blog everyday" ..;p Whoa..back off..that was just a joke!!