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Blog Burnout Guilt Is What Happens When You Feel Guilty About Not Updating Your Blog

Definition: Blog Burnout Guilt

If you've ever started a blog post with the words "Hey all, I know it's been a long time since my last post . . . " and feel the need to explain why you haven't been posting, then you've experienced blog burnout guilt. It's a condition that generally occurs after you have run out of time/ideas/inspiration for your blog, and you feel the need to update your audience as to the reasons for your disappearance.

Similarly, you may also be experiencing Twitter burnout guilt, in which you really want to update your Twitter, but just can't seem to find 140 characters clever enough to make up for your absence.

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bento-barista bento-barista 8 years
hanako66 hanako66 8 years
I posted that I have been a bad blogger just
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 8 years
I have def. suffered from this in the past but here lately, I just try to update with the basic and not so boring details of my life and move on. I know we all get busy and I hope that my followers understand that when I go MIA for weeks at a time.
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