Love in Present Day Blogging #AtoZChallenge

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The team decided our theme for this month’s posts here would be a take “2020 visions of blogging.” This set of weekday posts focuses on:

Blogging in the Present

Blogging in the present is so ridiculously difficult. My
most successful years of A to Z have been when I wrote all of my posts before
April so I could dedicate more time to interacting with bloggers instead of
trying to stay caught up. I planned to do the same for my blog posts here.
Except…I didn’t. I don’t know why, but there wasn’t inspiration. So I let it
go, made sure I knew when I was due for another blog, and didn’t stress about
it.
But now that the time has come to write my post for L, I am
glad that I didn’t write this one in advance. The world looks very different
now than it did a month ago (particularly for those in the hardest hit areas
for the dreaded virus). Life is so different. So whereas my blog posts written
over the last few months haven’t been impacted, this post definitely is.
As I have viewed blogs from all over the world these last
few weeks, I have seen many people struggling with how to handle this worldwide
crisis. Address it? Pretend it isn’t happening? (For the purposes of blogging,
of course.) The truth is, there isn’t one right answer. Each blogger has to
decide for themselves if they will dive into a fantasy world of fiction (as I
have) or stay in the reality of the world we live in today. But what I have
seen, and hope to continue to see, is an outpouring of love. Love for fellow
humans. Love for fellow bloggers. Stay safe and spread some blog LOVE.

And please share with us something you LOVE today.

~Jayden R. Vincente (adult fiction writer)

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Author: John Holton

Internet disc jockey, lover of old TV (especially the commercials), inveterate wise guy.

3 thoughts on “Love in Present Day Blogging #AtoZChallenge”

  1. I’ve had to adapt my idea for this year’s A-Z due to the lockdown, so rather than photographing busy places filled with people in real time as planned, instead I’m either relying on a few archive shots or having to find quieter spots around me, highlighting the need for isolation. But still I’m working my way through the alphabet, and here we are almost half way through the month! So my ‘L’ post today is for Landscape… and my local landscape is definitely something I love 🙂
    https://ruthblogshere.wordpress.com/2020/04/14/april-a-z-l-is-for-landscape/

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  2. So right, the world is changing so fast, we need to adapt every bit of our days. Even the routine I planned while taking care of the family has proved obsolete. Getting a bit behind with my posts and my visiting. I need to adapt again.

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