I’ve had way too many days that have I felt too tired to create content for my blog or social media in general. That doesn’t even count all the other things in life and business that need to be done. I would think of all these fabulous ideas to blog about but in my quest for perfection I wouldn’t do it. I just came to conclusion that I was probably overthinking, just wanting to do my best. After all I wanted people to read and relate to what I am saying. There had to be a trust, a what’s in it for them at the end of the day for me. It’s about being real and sharing who I am what helps me to be successful in business. I had to quit over thinking it and just do it, no matter how I felt
Back to the original question –
“What do you do when you feel too tired to create content?” First of all, when I have an idea in my head, I put it on the little notepad in my iPhone. The little microphone in the notepad is so cool. I am just basically saying my thoughts and then I send it to myself in an email. I then schedule time I clean it up (edit) and post it, that’s it. What about the days that I’m too tired to edit it and officially post it? I take a nap.
Some people say they don’t have the luxury of taking a nap. Well, you do have the luxury of resting. Any place of business that you work for, it doesn’t take a lot to pull away and find a place that you can feel refreshed and rejuvenated. I physically like to get in my bed and take a nap, but if that’s not an option then find a quiet spot for yourself to rest or just sit. Take in some fresh air and if the weather doesn’t permit, find a window, or whatever that is that inspires you. It only takes a few minutes to be restored and a couple of minutes to just record your thoughts. Follow through, put out a little blog because what you have to say will touch people. You have the ability to touch people that others may not ever get to. Touching lives and making a difference.
Lisa Giesler, Organizing Consultant, Author of Uncluttered :Discovering Strength & Purpose in the Chaos of Life, Speaker