Having a holiday

As we’re getting into Christmas, I’m thinking about what I’d going to do over the twelve days and before.  Realistically, I’m not going to be able to produce blog posts at the rate I usually do over Christmas – partly this is because I really have a bit too much to do and partly because my laptop in the Isle of Wight (where we’re going for Christmas) is so slow and clunky.  Seriously – it freezes ALL THE TIME and if you don’t keep it plugged in, it will spontaneously die, despite saying that it has well over an hour of battery left.  This does tend to kill the spontaneity of the posts and, well, just makes it much harder work.

I AM still going to blog – it’s just that I will aim for one post a day rather than my current three or four posts.  I’ll ramp it up again when Christmas and New Year are over.

I hope you all have a fantastic Christmas and New Year.

3 thoughts on “Having a holiday

  1. Its probably the battery that has been damaged over time (Rather than be knocked). Replacing it will probably help. But then if the laptop is old it will likely be cheaper and better to just replace the whole thing.

    And I know what you mean about not having any time.
    Luckily I have managed to write about 2 weeks worth of posts and scheduled ahead of time. B-)

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    1. My husband thinks that it’s because I’ve left the IoW laptop switched on and plugged in over a long time.

      Gosh, you’re impressive. I sort of write my blog as a day to day diary so tend not to have posts more than a day or two in advance. I’ll be back in force once New Year is done.

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      1. Yeah… Li/Ion batteries don’t react well when left in for a long time. It tends to destroy them over time.

        And I usually write blog posts as and when they come to me. Only incidental posts get posted then and there. Sometimes I write 3 or 4 posts in a day but then I will go a couple of weeks without a single idea. *shrug*

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