Allison: 15 Day Book Blogger Challenge Day 12

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How do you fight blogger fatigue?

Honestly, I don’t have an answer for this. Being someone who dropped off the radar of blogging for pretty much a year I can admit that the blogging fatigue got to me. Having to come up with new reviews and new content – I just couldn’t seem to do it with work and everything else that was going on in my life at the time.

This is not an excuse. There are plenty of others who have much more going on in their lives and yet they still manage to come out with some amazing content. As someone who is just starting to get back into the swing of things I can honestly say that doing a challenge such as this one has really helped. It’s helped motivate me and get me excited for writing blog posts again and is starting to challenge me to think about how I want to continue to have a presence on Good Books and Good Wine.

Previously, I would also turn to other discussion type posts, or weekly meme’s, or whatever other fun things that other bloggers were doing to help motivate me to try and do better. Yes, this is a book review blog but, I think you can be a good book review blog by also expanding your horizons and offering other ideas as well. Luckily, I know that April feels the same way, and has always supported whatever crazy ideas we might have on here.

I’m always looking for ways to fight blogger fatigue so if you have any suggestions, please send them my way! Pep talks with other bloggers is always a good way to learn and grow. Some of my favorite blogger related memories come from conversations in the comment section or in person at some BEA related event (especially if there was alcohol involved). These moments are sometimes just enough to convince you to keep going as a blogger and reviewer.

Do you have any advice for me on how to fight blogger fatigue?

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