Signs you’ve been blogging too much

Nice list over on Darren’s blog of signs you need a break from your blog. But I’ll add:

#9: you blog about blogging.
#10: you attack an A-lister by saying he’s an echo-chamber enabler and only writes to get on TechMeme.
#11: you say “TechCrunch this” and “TechCrunch that.”
#12: you go to Twitter and write “I’m blogging.”
#13: you tell your boss you aren’t merely reading blogs, you’re doing customer research.
#14: you have taken your son to so many blogger meetups that he starts his own blog to protest.
#15: you know the CPMs of a dozen other bloggers’ ads.
#16: when you say “Nick” “Om” “Mike” “Shelley” everyone around you knows who you are talking about.

Comments

  1. Signs it Might Be Time to Take a Break from Blogging

    Darren Rowse at Problogger list “8 signs that it might be time to take a break from blogging”. I can relate to some of them. It seems every time I do something I wonder if I could be blogging it.

  2. Heh, I’ve definitely done about half the things on that list.

    And now I have the urge to blog about your blogging list but I’m going to resist (since that falls under the banner of blogging about blogging).

  3. Heh, I’ve definitely done about half the things on that list.

    And now I have the urge to blog about your blogging list but I’m going to resist (since that falls under the banner of blogging about blogging).

  4. Oh dear, I was about to blog about blogging this morning.
    You’ve put me off now.
    But then I had to mention your post as to why I wasn’t blogging!
    So is that a post about blogging or about not blogging?

  5. Oh dear, I was about to blog about blogging this morning.
    You’ve put me off now.
    But then I had to mention your post as to why I wasn’t blogging!
    So is that a post about blogging or about not blogging?

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