I think there is something to be said about having a commitment to regularly updating one's blog. It is often a good way to process/vent/brainstorm/idealize/mentally vomit. Also, if one has great aspirations to being one of those "blogbusters" (get it? like blockbuster? you know, those movies that do EXTREMELY well in the theaters), then it behooves one to consistently update their blog. This way, people don't get discouraged because there is never anything new to read when they check, so they just stop checking. Being consistent is a way to encourage people to come back and continue reading. Although, I'm not sure I want to be a "blogbuster." Not sure I'm ready or able to write for that kind of an audience. Also, it's a good practice in following through with something. I've decided to start this blog, so I'm going to do my best to continue with it.
There are plenty of reasons to consistently update my blog.
But then that begs the question: Should I update even when I don't feel that I have anything worth releasing into the blogoverse? Do I update even if I don't/can't think of anything to write?
In case you couldn't tell, today is one of those days. I felt as if I had neglected my blog for long enough and that I should come back and write something. However, I don't know that I have anything worth sharing.
I guess my question is this: Update regularly? Or only when I feel I have some that is of the quality worth sharing?