Quick Update

The last week or so, I've felt myself come back to writing.  I'm starting to be more active on social media.  I'm producing a little work. My blog for disabled and/or neurodivergent writers came back last week in a huge way.

But... I don't know what to do about this blog.  Do I keep it on hold until I feel ready to post meaningful things?  Do I just post whatever I want once a week?  I'm unsure.

Cancer is on my mind a lot.  Should I talk about cancer?  How difficult it is to go through treatment and then wait three flipping months until you know if it's still there?

Will adding this blog on top of everything else be too much?  I can't say.  Part of me says, "It's only once a week, how can you not manage it?"  Mostly, I just type into the Internet void here, anyway.

If anyone cares, sound off, I guess.


  1. This semester I won't be able to keep up with everything I'd like (not that I was keeping up with my own blog anyway...), but it's nice to have a couple blogs to follow when I have a moment like now where I don't want to read news stories but would like to read something (relatively) short. So I'd be happy to have a weekly post here!

  2. It's your blog, so you can set your own expectations for how often to post. Generally, I shoot for once a week, but sometimes it's more or less depending on what else life is throwing at me. A good thing about posting regularly is that it can help you develop the discipline to write something even when you're not feeling it. It also keeps you on the radar of anyone following you because they hear from you regularly. But, there isn't a right answer. You choose what works for you. @mirymom1 from
    Balancing Act