Wednesday, September 30, 2015

i got the blogging blues

 
No matter how many good intentions I have, I just can't keep  my blogging up. I sometimes even forget it's here. I can Facebook, Tweet, Instagram and even Flickr, but I just can't get into a blogging habit. 
Here, I bring you some flowers to apologise. Thanks to those of you who still visit. I'm not sure why you would. I hardly ever seem to. For those of you who keep up with yours; HOW do you do it?
Flowers for sale HERE

10 comments:

Giddings Art said...

I have the same problem. Blogging is hard work! I love your artwork and will keep checking back.

Fourborne said...

I wanted to be like others who did a daily drawing, but my time is limited, so I started drawing on my desk calendar. Somehow I became obsessed with trying to keep it up, at least during the week when I'm at work. Sometimes my little portrait drawing is all I have to share, but I'm okay with that.
I've been following you for a while. I truly admire your work and the time you spend drawing.

Fourborne said...

I wanted to be like others who did a daily drawing, but my time is limited, so I started drawing on my desk calendar. Somehow I became obsessed with trying to keep it up, at least during the week when I'm at work. Sometimes my little portrait drawing is all I have to share, but I'm okay with that.
I've been following you for a while. I truly admire your work and the time you spend drawing.

moreidlethoughts said...

Ha! Quite a few jumped ship to the fast-trains of Farcebook,Twitter, et cetera.Yes, even moi! But it's a bit like fast food...after a while you need to sit down and eat a proper meal.Scoffing on the run can make you ill.
Not saying my blog is brilliant, and it's certainly a bit random these days, but it is back.
Oh yeah...I love your blues!

Mariana Black said...

I have the same problem, so what do I do? Open up a new blog (for the new persons), of course. Go figure. argh. Love the flowers btw, they are gorgeous xxx

Icy Sedgwick said...

Oh those are beautiful!! I'm always happy to see your work :) I blog a lot but I like writing so maybe it's easier.

Limner said...

For me it's like needing to visit. Or a need to connect with peers. I don't have do Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, but blogging is often like journaling. It's therapy! That's it. Therapy. :) Free therapy.

I keep checking in here because you are an artist too. I enjoy your work, so how can you forget about me? And the rest of us?

Caroline B said...

I tend to update all at the same time - a blog post doesn't have to be huge, sometimes a picture is enough. I get work through it so am not ready to abandon my blog just yet. Hope you keep yours up, it's the only way I get to see your work!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you all guys, not just for commenting but for actually still visiting here! I am making a concerted effort to blog more from now. I totally understand that people who haven't got sucked into that whole social media thingy should also get to see art! Haha. Thanks again, I really appreciate you stopping by.

Teoh Yi Chie said...

The the other platforms require less effort. But speaking from experience, you're going to get more exposure on the blog than other platforms.