If you're a blogger (as I am), and you are inconsistent at producing content (as I am), as well as a procrastinator (who, me?!?), it is likely you often go through "blogger's guilt."
My inner monologue goes a bit like this:
Oh man, I haven't blogged in awhile. I really should write something.
Ehh, it hasn't been THAT long; I don't have to feel too guilty just yet. I'll really think about it though.
Okay, it's been over a month. No one will read my blog if I don't update more frequently. What should I write about? I don't have anything to talk about.
Okay, wait, I have an idea. I'll start a post. Wait, I'm tired/I have to shower/I have to get back to work; I'll finish later.
Oh wait, I have another idea. I'll start a post. Wait, my room is dirty/Futurama is on/I have to put on pants; I'll finish later.
Now I have 6 posts in draft in various stages of completion. Some have 3 paragraphs, some have 2 sentences, some have just a title. Still looks like I haven't posted in 2 months.
I'll write a post about how I haven't posted. That'll be interesting to people!
I promise to get my butt in gear and tell more hilarious/embarrassing/depressing stories about the single life soon.
I really like using slashes.