And Resourceful Mommy is totally on my side on this one. Her recent post “Back Off, Lit Mag Snobs” had me smiling, chuckling and nodding my head as I agreed with everything she wrote, from the “Bloggy Ivory Tower” to blogging to feel connected. I’m not as big a blogger as many out there so I haven’t experienced first hand the “exclusiveness” some bloggers portray, and I’m so done with people still acting like high school that I could care less. Perhaps that’s because my blog isn’t my business nor is it my sole hobby; whatever the reason I’m all about the frat parties–figuratively speaking.
“Back Off, Lit Mag Snobs” is a must-read for all bloggers, especially women bloggers. And I’m taking what she’s written and applying it to my life as it is right now, which is chock full of so many activities/interests/endeavors that writing posts for this blog is at the bottom of my list. Not that I don’t love freshly baked–I love what I write about on this blog–but I love a few other things a bit more, including SassyScoops.com, Rocky Mountain Moms Blog, the Moms Who Make It conference (of which I’m co-planning), the sale of our home (hopefully) and of course, my family. That last one has taken a backseat to many things these past few weeks and I intend to move them up to the passenger side ASAP.
So I apologize to my readers if you feel I’m slacking when it comes to blogging here, and I’m trying to ignore the guilt I feel by not posting everyday. Hopefully you will still visit when I have a new post and continue to follow my random thoughts, links, recipes, tips and features. I’m pretty sure they’ll pick up come the end of summer and start of the school year. Until then I’ll be posting what I want, when I want. Hope that’s okay…and if not, I’m sure there’s a Bloggy Ivory Tower you can try and storm somewhere. –Emily