Correct me if I’m wrong, but it seems like there is just ALWAYS SOMETHING TO DO when you’re running a business. It might look like things are dying down and you’ve achieved some semblance of the myth that is balance then BOOM. The internet breaks and you’ve got 3 weeks worth of fires to put out.

In the mayhem and madness, it can be difficult to keep creating (and publishing) content consistently. So maybe you put it off for a while.

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Content overwhelm is a very real beast.

It’s like we’re all standing in front of a ball machine, weaving and ducking as we try to escape the must do marketing hacks hurtling our way.

The only thing is, that ball machine will never switch off… and if you don’t take the necessary steps to get out of dodge, you’ll end up covered in bruises and possibly unconscious.

As lovely as it would be to hand that responsibility off to somebody else,

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When I first started writing, it was for the pure joy of it.

I wrote a whole series of stories about a Victorian chimney sweep. I wrote pages and pages about a family of monsters. I wrote “poetry” about pink and purple pandas, eating piles and piles of processed peas.

It was this fundamental love of writing that led me to blogging, and by extension, this business. But on the other side of that coin,

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