I avoid my blog.
Yes, avoid. It's odd, I know, but when comes right down to it my blog has become an area of contention with my brain. "You should post something," my brain hums. "I can do that," I reply. "How about this?" "No. Write something better." "This?" "No." "This?" "Er - you do know what 'better' means, don't you?" Insert my head hitting a desk. Repeat said image until you think you're the Queen of Sheba.
However, as the year draws to an end, I'm tired of writing and not posting. So tired, in fact, that I'm about to embark on a mission: A Mission of Rendition.
Sounds snazzy, eh?
The concept: I need to blog more. I also need to study for the GRE. Ergo, in the New Year, I will study while I blog by starting each entry with a word - say, enigma - and using that word as a prompt. By the end of the year, I'll have 365-or so words under my belt, as well as a blogging regimen.
Lofty, yes. Doable, yes. Possibly fun, yes.
Time to get that word list going!