What’s the Cure for TBID!?

What’s the cure for Tired Blog Inactivity Disorder!?

When there is little life

left in your now

lifeless Life Log!

See a doctor?

See a shrink?


Take a dump.

Chuck down some drinks.

Get all blury eyed

Cry yourself to sleep.

And repeat daily

for at least a week.

Or in my case

it’s really a breeze

all I have to do

is write down

some of the things said

by Cute Judy Lee!

By Halbarbera

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    1. I deleted my first blog three months ago after about three months. But my daughters convinced me to start another one which I did.

      But I frequently think that it’s not worth the effort and am tempted to ‘chuck it all!’🤪

      But I do enjoy making the art though. And also messing with other people’s minds. Those around the world who scratch their heads about the ‘tongue in cheek’ meanings of the things I write.

      “What the hell is this about!?” Some actually Say? 😎

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      1. I guess the best way to know if it’s worth the effort is to decide if you’re blogging for yourself or for follows, likes, and comments. If you do it only for the feedback, it can be depressing if you don’t engage as many as you would like to. But if you do it for the feeling of satisfaction you get from getting it down and putting out there what you enjoy doing, it’s worth it.

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      2. Nothing wrong with being a bit crazy. 🤪 For what it’s worth, you always make me smile. 😊


    2. A break? I’m almost eighty, walk over 4.5 miles a day, get very little sleep, have stopped and cut back on my meds and reduced the dosages of the remaining three.

      Most everyone we meet think my wife is my mother and that I’m in my 50s.

      My doctor looked at me and my bloodwork recently and asked, “How did you do this!”

      In my case, stress has been good, maybe!?

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      1. A break from blogging, not life. 😊 I’m almost 66, also walk and take very few meds, have excellent blood work. And people think my husband, who is a couch potato, is much older than I am. But I have taken extended breaks from blogging since I started in 2013. This is my 4th blog.

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