Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Because It Feels Good

Blogging. I like it. I need it. I sleep better when I blog. It's true.
When I don't blog, all I do is lay in bed awake thinking about all the things I want to write down.
NOT blogging was contributing to my insomnia, I swear. Since I started writing more, I'm sleeping better.

I need to document things. I don't want to look back and wonder what happened and not remember because I'm in a constant state of sleep deprivation. This is my perfect outlet to do so.

NaBloPoMo. I'm in.

8 comments:

K J and the kids said...

See and reading everyone's posts keeps me awake....so your blogging is making me an insomniac. :)

ssshhh. I'm gonna try it...but I'm not gonna announce it.
Can't wait to read 1 a day.

Laurie said...

I'm with you. Everything in my life seems better when I write regularly. It's an outlet. I look forward to your daily posts!

Next in Line said...

I just can't commit writing everyday, but reading your posts is a done deal.

reproducinggenius said...

Hooray! (I was just waiting for you to make it official!) I feel the same way about blogging. When I'm not doing it, I spend far too much time thinking about what I should be writing. I look forward to reading over the coming month!

This Mom said...

I feel the same way whenever I don't blog, and I let way too much time pass between posts sometimes. I'm doing NaBloPoMo for the peace of mind it is sure to bring as well!
Good luck!

pugmama said...

And I thank you for blogging. I love reading about your life in twin land!

For the Long Haul said...

SO true. The other day a friend announced she was pregnant and suddenly I was trying to remember the time when I was up nursing all night...and if my daughter ever kept me up all.night.long... those kinds of things. And I seriously couldn't remember (she's 18 months old). Seriously.

So I went online to my blog and back to April of 2009 and read a little. Yup. Now I remember. Sleepless nights, swaddling, the 5 S's...and I had completely forgotten that my daughter slept in a swing for the first 4 months of her life...

I need my blog to remember my OWN freaking life. So I totally agree. Blogging is a must. But I can't commit to daily. Single working mom with two kids and all...but I am LOVING all the rest of you who HAVE committed! Thank you!

wishinghopingpraying said...

I agree! I always feel better once it's up on the screen. Looking forward to reading your posts :-)