And no, I don't mean final by I'm quitting blogging, which I'm not. At least, not to my current knowledge. The final yet one I haven't exactly done yet:
Set Your Priorities, Don't Overwork Yourself and Take a Break Every Once In AwhileI haven't taken a blogging break yet. At least, not yet. There's a chance that I might take these random intervals of break come junior year when I'm in tech school – they said first year CNA is BRUTAL but I'm not sure so I'll have to find out. 3rd times the charm right? I mean, the muscle and bony stuff? I just know that I'm going to enjoy blogging for as long as I possibly can before a) my mom pulls the rug out, with me having a baby fit probably. b) I snag a coblogger – I know I haven't mentioned it, but you're welcome to guest review, and chances are if I decide to get a coblogger... it's someone who's been a guest reviewer. Which is none right now, so I might just rope in 1 of my friends from school. c) I'm really busy with school work, but by then I would resort to b maybe. Or d) I'm shoulder deep in a pit black hole of the lumpiness called slumpy.
I feel like a complete preacher if I start saying to set your priorities, but it's a fact: blogging's a hobby (I wish it were a job. Then I would be an excellent worker, wouldn't you guys agree?). It's fun, but once you overwork yourself, it's not as fun. Just because I have so many posts in a week doesn't mean you should feel pressured to do so as well. I have the time to do them all and all those reviews you see? Most are actually from a prior month. Books I've read in April are scheduled to post in May or June, though I suppose that's my fault partially for participating in blitzes and tours. But it's dear author's fault for having an appealing book because I most certainly did NOT write them, thank you very much.
But pfft. Go do that boring homework or project. Maybe comment on a few blogs. Blogging can wait a few hours unless it needs immediate attention. Why are you staring at your stats 24/7 anyways? :p