Lost your blogging groove?

You should have noticed, and I apologize for not having shown myself up. I haven’t been posting much last couple of weeks. My blog seems to suffer. I can’t figure out what’s happening exactly; may be too much of festive time. Oh! And it’s still half way to the usual yearly celebrations.

Well, it’s got nothing to do with these. I’ve been busy attending wedding ceremonies nearly every weekend. Last week it was my niece’s wedding and we had dinner two consecutive days, Saturday and Sunday – in traditional oriental style, although we skipped the Monday slot.

We had also to mark our presence in another wedding at the same time. But that’s not all. There’s my brother-in-law from Reunion Island. He’s here with his wife and son for a week. This means I’ve got to organize for lunch, dinner and outings. Yesterday I took a leave from work… to drive them to the seaside; and the weather was hectic – rainy and windy. We didn’t get in the sea; just had some informal football with the kids along the beach at Le Morne, the extreme south western tip of the island.

I’ve also noticed reduced traffic on my blog. What about you? I don’t know if it’s the time of the year or what. I think many people might be on holiday, or perhaps the middle of the year is just uninspiring. It’s winter time here right now and you don’t feel like staying long at the keyboard. And the days are running fast, faster than I can cope. It’s like my blogging’s frozen.

Anyway, if you find yourself in my situation, it’s likely you’ve lost your blogging groove. In such case I’d therefore refer you, if you’re interested, to Darren Rouse’s 7 Days to Rediscovering Your Blogging Groove project. It might help boost you up.

Have a nice time.


  1. beccy July 27, 2007
  2. Angie August 1, 2007
  3. fred charles August 3, 2007

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