Starting a schedule?

I apologise for the swearing even though it’s only one word. I think I may start and schedule posts feom now on. I think since I started blogging I’ve literally posted everyday and even twice a day sometimes. It was starting to get to me that I need to post everyday so people would be constantly visiting my blog.

What are your views on schedules and when is best to post? Like every 2-3 days. I would like to post everyday but starting to think that if I continue posting everyday I will actually run out of things to post πŸ˜‚ and you will all be sick of me posting random crap πŸ˜‚

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17 thoughts on “Starting a schedule?

  1. Schedules are definitely helpful in keeping the creative juices flowing and it’s really really helpful for time management! I post about three to four times a week (usually, obviously I’m on break until exams are over) and it really helps with my hectic schedule and keeping my mind fresh with exciting ideas. I still have constant readership and following even though I only post three to four times a week so don’t be worried that folks will stop reading or you won’t gain any new followers, trust me it’ll be fine! Hope this helps!

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    1. I think it’s definitely the way forward for me I think. There’s some days where I’m not feeling very creative then other days where I can end up writing a few posts or coming up with ideas for others.

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  2. I think scheduling posts is a great thing! There are some days where I write like ten things (nobody wants to read that much from me in one day) and then there are times where I have no idea what to say. It all evens out in the end with a schedule. But also don’t feel like you need to post even when you don’t have anything to say. You’ll just stress yourself out!

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    1. That’s what I’ve been like stressing about getting posts out there. I’m the same where I can write so many posts or come up with ideas of new ones. Then there is some days where I can’t even think of what to post.


  3. I post daily so scheduling is invaluable to me. After all, life is unpredictable and I never know when I would be busy.

    As for the number of posts, find a posting schedule that you feel comfortable with. It’s better to post, say, once a week consistently than post daily but with several inconsistencies.

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