Back when I was transitioning between my old job and doing Brain Body Gut full time I committed to blogging each day.
I would get up with enough time before work to write a post.
I loved this activity because it helped me connect to what I was passionate about. It cleared my head and gave me focus. It made me excited to learn and grow and find my voice.
And my frequency of posting diminished.
There are a few reasons why.
One is that I want to put out valuable content which I need to gather my facts and do a bit of research. This takes time. I can't just hammer it out in a 60 minute time block.
Another is I have been toying around with morning routines. I love not touching a computer screen in the morning, doing a bit of breathing, taking my time to eat breakfast - but - this also takes time.
So. What to do?
Time is real.
And you need to pick and choose how you spend it.
This blog is important to me and I'd like posting to, once again, become habitual. To light me up. To inform me and you.
Which draws me back to the statement "I'd rather have done than perfect".
I am going to embrace that and post more.
When I have time I will do a deep drive on nutrition, but when I don't have time I will still post.
Sitting down and putting out content helps me figure out exactly what I am trying to say.
There is value in that.
So my friends if you're interested in something specific let me know.
Put it in the comments or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
What barriers can you pull down to be more prolific?