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Wow, a whole month and not a Blog post in sight. I blame it all on National Novel Writing Month. It wasn’t easy, but that’s a blog all in itself. I will say that for the month of November, it took everything in me to admit to myself that I wasn’t going to make 50,000 words with twitter up and running on my screen. So, I had to shut it down, and shut it down I did. Completely. Not only did I put Twitter on pause, but I also put all other writing on pause as well, including my blogs. But don’t fret, my friends. Let the Blogging begin!

Yes, you heard meh! I am back on line and am ready to start where I left off. But, trust me, it is easier said than done.

I have a dilemma. I have all these topics I want to write about but don’t know if I should just keep it all on one blog or split them up. I need some advice. I may just need to give in and create my own web site instead of my own blog, but that, of course, costs. And we’re not talking peanuts either. For those new subscribers, I’ve got several blogs that I started creating right before National Novel Writing Month.

First, let me list the Blogs. Then, I will list the topics I want to write about:


Now, here are the topics I would like to cover:

  • God/Jesus
  • Photography
  • Painting
  • Writing/Blogging
  • DC United/Soccer
  • Poetry
  • Mission Trips
  • Coping with Pain
  • Veteran’s Affairs/Veterans
  • Marine Corps
  • Politics

Do you see my dilemma? I would like to hear from my readers what they would do if they were me. Go on…don’t be shy! Leave a comment and help a sistah out!


About blessedbklynite

I am a former Marine (Ooooraaahhh), currently a disabled veteran. I love my husband, love my family, love my friends, love my cats (even though I really want a dog), love my kids (the youth at my church, that is), but most of all...I love my Lord!


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  10. I have never thought of my blog to be exclusively for one topic. I like to classify it as eclectic; a place where I take to in order to discuss things that humor me, confuse me, or simply catch my interest. I like to showcase my dog, Roxy, and her escapades, as well as narrate situations and even conversations I have with family members. For the most part, I guess you could say my blog was humourous, but I also like to discuss serious and controversial subjects. I would say that you have to find your niche. Classifying your subjects by different blogs will be helpful, but updating a lot of blogs will be very demanding and challenging. Personally, I don’t think I could run more than two blogs. I’m afraid I’d see it as work and then all the fun would be gone! 🙂

    Posted by Bella | December 8, 2011, 7:33 pm
    • It’s a good thing I’m not currently working 🙂 But I can see what you mean as far as having a lot to update and handle. That’s what I was worried about. Now that I have decided on keeping everything on WordPress, it seems a lot simpler. Everything is in one spot, and it is a lot more organized than what I had it before. I am about a quarter of the way done with having all four blogs ready to go, but I am actually having fun with it now. I don’t feel overwhelmed like I did at first and I’m excited that I’m still going to be able to write about everything that interests me and at the same time, have my readers go specifically to the blog that interests them. I CANT’ WAIT!!!!

      Posted by blessedbklynite | December 9, 2011, 1:48 pm
  11. My honest opinion is that you’ve probably got too much to reasonably write about.

    It’s been my experience that the more diverse a blog is, the less successful it tends to be. The blogs I go back to most often are the ones that stick to a single topic pretty single-mindedly. I don’t recommend trying to cram all that into one blog. But I don’t think you necessarily have to abandon any topics either. I would suggest splitting them up thusly:

    BLOG 1:
    Mission Trips

    BLOG 2:

    BLOG 3:
    Coping with Pain
    Veteran’s Affairs/Veterans
    Marine Corps

    BLOG 4:
    DC United/Soccer

    That’s how I’d do it, anyway.

    Posted by Daniel Swensen (@surlymuse) | December 8, 2011, 10:43 am
  12. is still in the works, so it is not online as of right now. Stay tuned.

    Posted by blessedbklynite | December 7, 2011, 10:04 pm

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