Wednesday, November 4, 2009

365 and holding

I discovered the joys of subscribing to blogs through an rss feed quite some time ago. My feed of choice is google reader, it's convenient and I really like the way it sorts my stuff.

Anyways, since about August I haven't really sat down and read through my beloved blogs. I have 103 subscriptions, obviously they are not all updated regularly, but many of them are. Currently I have 365 unread posts. I've kept many of these blogs at bay by reading regularly, but so many I want to take time to sit and read thoroughly... and they just pile up, accumulating more and more until I am like, yah forget it!

So today I have decided that I'm going to spend the next 30 minutes to an hour reading as much as I can, and then I'm hitting the "mark all as read" button *gasp!* i know, i know...

I realized that this (as silly as it sounds) is one of the things that is burdening my mind. I am sooo not a clutter person. But on the contrary, I'm horrible at keeping things picked up. Go figure.

So here's to a little de-cluttering... even if it is cyber-clutter ;)


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2 extraordinary comments:

Mrs. Staff Sergeant: November 4, 2009 at 6:04 PM  

I used to have the same problem. I clicked "all read" so many times when I was backed up into the 100s or 200s or 300s....I finally just had to give up and decide to only follow a handful of blogs consistently. I just couldn't keep up with everyone as much as I would have liked to...I think I have about 25-30 in my reader now that I actually attempt to comment on.

I felt bad weeding through them all, but it was strangely freeing too! There are only so many hours in the day ya know? Can't spend them all behind the computer.

G. November 5, 2009 at 10:23 AM  

Hi Amanda! It was great to see you at the conference last weekend! You did a great job with the pictures...as always!

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