I wrote a post not a long time ago about my accomplishments in the blogging sphere and I’m sorry I disabled the comments by accident LOL It’s back on now 😉 But for the second part of this series, I wouldn’t be honest if I haven’t addressed the downside of my blogging experience in 2019.
As I focused on new goals, I have unfortunately had to prioritize my time and neglect some other aspects of blogging. My whole daily routine is to run to my classes, then straight to the hospital where I would shadow a doctor and finish the day working at the hospital as a physician assistant. They say medstudents don’t have a life? That’s partly true. I’m trying to have one, here. On top of that, there’s reading, going to the gym, updating my other blogs, schedule my collaborations and sponsors, travels, and make time for content creation.
All of these projects keep me afloat but Bookidote is where I can be low-key, take everything in slow motion and be myself. Even if it takes me a whole month to write a decent post or post a comment haha. My biggest loss is probably the connection with my followers on Bookidote because of it. I don’t have much time to go and read on other peoples posts anymore, even less leave a comment. I’m really sorry about that!
But I believe commenting should be a genuine act.
For me, I totally respect those who reply to all the comments or even commenting on every blog. I love relying to the comments but as for commenting on every single post, I just can’t FORCE myself to come up with something to say for the sake of it. If I don’t have anything relevant to contribute, I wouldn’t. I want my followers to feel the same way. You don’t have to come here read the post and comment. If you just want to read it in peace. Go ahead, be my guest. My post is here for that haha.
I still very much appreciate the bloggers who always stick by me and comment on my posts here and there. I see you and I thank you with all of my heart 😀 ❤ I love reading about your feedback!