Coffee Morning Question Time


Coffee Morning
Do you write a daily schedule for your blog or is everything as it happens on the day itself?

I should imagine that many of you have a generalised idea of what each day entails with regards publishing posts.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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24 thoughts on “Coffee Morning Question Time

  1. If I am lucky, have time, I write tomorrow’s posts the evening before and pre-schedule them. Sometimes life gets in the way then I’d have to write them the same day. But I don’t have posts scheduled more than a couple of days in advance.

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    1. Precisely Renard, that is my philosophy for this blog especially – l have 100 drafts sitting in folders for when l wish to publish them and my scheduled posts are all the way through to mid November on Lasting thoughts, Coffee Morning Q’s and Wildlife Greetings this allows me the freedom to write more topical content day to day.

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  2. No schedules. I like to write essay formats and spontaneity works best, and to keep it fresh out of the box. If there’s nothing to write about, there’s no post. It’s entirely idea driven. I couldn’t possibly begin with a set category, in advance, and attempt to fill it without having first an idea; it wouldn’t work for me.

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  3. Good grief – I’ve been at this close to 20 years and I’ve never had a schedule. Never wanted a schedule – this is supposed to be fun not a job or another thing one *has* to do. I’ve never had a *theme* either. I kinda admire people who have a theme to their blogs – you always know what you’re gonna get so to speak. I write about whatever, whenever – tho of late I find that I post late in the afternoon – that’s when I have the most energy both physically and mentally. Blogging started out as just a lark for me – Oh, something new – then it just became something I do to amuse myself, clear out my brain.

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      1. 2 years? You mean 20 years? and yeah it is fun. I control it. I have no obligations. I post what I want, when I want. I’m just a free spirit blogger. No rules!

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      1. Who is Ian?

        I’m not totally sure about the spontaneity being king.

        Most of my life kinda random? Eh whatever – I go with flow and deal with how best to handle …

        Sometimes life is a jerk and pushes me to hurry up! Lol … I do when it pushes sorta … I try to hurry and figure out what I am supposed to do

        I just kinda go with flow and trust my gut. 😳

        I would not say spontaneity is king… who is this Ian?

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  4. I have been keeping to a pretty consistent schedule since my refresh. Sometimes I find a new prompt I like and work it in ~ often it becomes a regular feature and something else fades away. It’s a flexible schedule in that regard! If I’m not into one of the question posts I normally do, I skip it. My overall idea is not to have junk posts on my blog anymore. Each one is meaningful to me in some way, either creatively (fiction/poetry) or expressively (opinions). That’s why you don’t see me posting a bunch of pics to show a color or whatever thing these days…

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  5. Hi Rory,
    I schedule my 3TC, Fibbing Friday, and now temporarily Melanie’s Share Your World and Truthful Tuesday. It’s easier to do those in ‘batches’. then it leaves my blogging day free to do any challenges of interest, respond to comments and approve pingbacks.

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