Sunday, October 17, 2010
Of course if you do not post anything your readership falls down to nothing as well. So it was like either I post something and someone will read it or nothing at all and the blog will just die.
I realized too that if I wanted to get more readers I would need to blog more per day and use blog search engines more effectively. Also I would need fresh new ideas which I was short of to attract more people.
But to bring you up-to-date I am still waiting on tables in the evening, working for Expedia Cruiseshipcenters during the day out of home, and on Monday nights I am back teaching bartending which I am quite pleased about.
As well since my wife works breakfast shifts I am up early making lunches and getting the kids ready for school. Then there is the swimming on Mondays and piano lessons on Tuesday and Wednesday for both of them.
During the afternoon there is shopping and then getting ready to pick up the kids at school and school bus.
That is probably why I have put my own stories aside. When I did blog it was usually late at night after work but now I am just ready to crash. Instead of blogging I relax during that time.
Don't misunderstand me when I say all this that I am unhappy about not blogging but I do feel I owe an explanation to a lot of my readers and fellow bloggers who I used to comment back and forth with frequently. I hope you are all doing fine and making some money in the business.
Meanwhile I will continue to add stuff periodically from my tweets and post stuff about cruising on my other blog for the forseeable future.
That's about it for now.
Radio talk show host of "The Hospitality Industry News Network" and author of "You Only Live Once" about his early years traveling around and working on ships and foreign countries Steven blogs about his thoughts on the restaurant industry as he sees it today.
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