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There are two basic types of bloggers, the casual blogger and the serious blogger.
The casual blogger may have a basically well balanced life and a blog that is primarily a hobby. The casual blogger will start writing a post, work at it
for awhile and then stop to get some other things done until he or she feels like writing again. If a finished post doesn't get many comments, that's OK;
the post expressed just what the casual blogger wanted to say and its out there if anyone is interested.
The serious blogger's situation is quite different from the casual blogger's. The serious blogger has a blog that he or she considers to be a job -- a job
that may be competing with other important elements of life such as a primary job, a family, a social life and adequate rest. The serious blogger is
committed (almost to the point of an obsession) to maintaining his or her blog and feels it is an essential element of daily life. The serious blogger feels
dejected if any post sits on the blog for twenty-four hours or so without generating a comment or if the blog's "hit counter" does not register a certain
number of visitors every day. That kind of commitment to blogging may take a big hunk of time out of the day and can easily create some serious
conflicts between blogging and the rest of life -- to avoid this, the serious blogger needs to be organized and efficient.
Time management for the serious blogger! Anyone who feels that the day is too short needs to understand and implement the basic principle of time
management: setting priorities. Some things are obviously more important than other things but some important things may be left undone unless you
are controlling your schedule and not having random events control you. You need to set priorities and live by them.
Make a priority list! To begin setting priorities, make a list of everything you need to get done -- everything including things you've committed to doing,
things you want to do, things you know you should do and thi