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Decisions, Decisions

For those that know me, you know I'm pretty honest.  If you've been following this blog for a while, you know I'm pretty candid.  I don't lie or fake well, at all!

So, time for some pure honesty and transparency...

I have been struggling recently with whether to keep this blog going.

I've been blogging now for 110 consecutive days.  While Conscious Diaries was intended to be a 365 day project, I'm not sure I want it to be anymore.  Part of me would love to blog daily.  The other part of me would like to take time to do other things.

As I ponder a change, I thought I would just type of stream of consciousness today of all the questions coming to mind:

  1. What's the value of writing a blog entry every single day?
  2. Who am I writing for?  Me, my daughter, others?
  3. Is anyone reading my blog posts?  If so, are they getting any value?
  4. Even if I do have readers, how much does that even matter?  How would it impact my decision?
  5. Can I still accomplish my goal for Conscious Diaries by blogging 2 to 3 times a week vs daily?
  6. Can I still accomplish the goal by blogging only once a week?
  7. Can I still accomplish the goal by blogging whenever I feel like it and not committing to a time frame?
  8. How does accountability play into this for me?
  9. How successful will I be at continuing to practice consciousness daily without the accountability of the blog?
  10. What am I sacrificing by blogging daily?
  11. What's the impact on my family if I continue blogging daily?
  12. How will my quality of life change by not blogging every day?
  13. What will I be able to do with the time I gain back if I stop blogging?
  14. How would those "new" things I get to do serve me or my family?
  15. How does my intuition play into this?

I'm going to stop there for now.  I am sure many more questions will arise as I pursue this further.  We'll have to see where this goes.  I will also consider answering these questions, and others, in the blog posts to follow.

I know this approach will help guide me to my next steps.

Be open to what comes.

Inquiry (pt 1)

Soul Happy