Ok, so to keep me from getting burned out (again) with all of the things I feel I need to be involved in, I’m going to have to structure writing a bit differently. Namely, writing less. Or at least posting less often. Because I don’t want to waste my readers’ time checking for new posts when there aren’t any, I’ll put my tentative plan below so that you’ll both know when to check for new posts and how to best pray for my sanity.
Obviously, I feel that I need to make reading books and studying Scripture something I have time for daily, otherwise anything I write would eventually become weak in content and powerless in nature. There will definitely be times when I write about issues that come up socially or politically or randomly, but, for the most part, I want to be able to share what I feel God showing me through Scripture, because that’s when life change really happens.
That said, I have several things that I’m involved in Saturday through Tuesday night. So, that means writing Monday and Tuesday nights is gonna be a beast to do. So, my plan is to try to write Thursday-Saturday and actually run whatever I write Monday-Thursday. That gives me a bit more free time during the busy days and still have posts running during the week when it seems more people have time to read. So, for the most part, new posts will run Monday-Thursday. Feedly is a good replacement for the late, great Google Reader if need an RSS Reader (*cough* Melissa),
If I’m able to write every day and not get drained, then I’ll write every day and just stick to running them on Monday-Thursday so that I have more leeway in case something comes up. I’m also hoping this will give me more ability to sit down and think for a few days about other writing opportunities, such as writing for Single Roots.
If there’s something you want me to write about, feel free to email me. I can’t promise I’ll be able to write about it, but if nothing else I can probably point you to someone that has. If you’re on Twitter, include your handle so I can let you know when it runs.