Started book blogging in 2016 but missed sign ups? No worries! We have you covered.
Check out the details on the original post.

Saturday, May 17, 2014


Blogging + Real Life: How Do You Balance Both? ~ Part 4

Yippee! It's the second to last post in this series! Actually, technically this IS the last post, but the one after this one is related but not related if you know what I mean. This final-yet-not-so-final post is probably light and fluffy.
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 Awhile

I 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
The Other Parts of Awesomeness (JK)!
  • Part 1
  • Part 2
  • Part 3
  • Thanks for stopping by! If you enjoyed reading this post, please consider leaving a comment. You can also have future posts delivered to you via RSS, NetworkedBlogs or Bloglovin. Happy Reading!


Sophia is the owner and founder of Bookwyrming Thoughts, but also found on various parts of the internet. She's a 19-year-old communications major who has weird humor and doesn't fit the Asian stereotype (maybe a little). Books, chocolate, technology, and music are among some of her favorite things. For more of her work, visit her personal website.