In an effort to perhaps nudge my fellow greeniuses and myself out of hibernation, I thought I would ramble on for a few paragraphs. That is, a stream of consciousness(well one edited for grammar at least) to answer this question: Why have I stopped blogging?
Reason 1: I Got Busy
I am working full time and taking MBA classes part time. This semester did seam to be more time consuming than last semester. This excuse no longer holds (at least not until September) since I am done with spring classes and not taking summer classes. Actually, this excuse can never hold, as all adults who care about meeting their responsibilities are always busy. Since this is de facto reality, one can only learn to do things faster(smarter) and/or cut out those things that are not important to free up time.
Reason 2: A Sort of Stretched Out ADD
I do not posses the manic constantly shifting thought process of someone with true ADD, nor have I ever been accused of being the least bit hyperactive (Mike can attest to this). Nonetheless, I do have a sort of stretched out ADD in that I lose and regain interest in things, not second by second but at least month to month. This is certainly a part of the human condition. That is why sticking to a cause is such a challenge. You have to constantly remind yourself how important certain things are to you.
Reason 3: Laziness
While Reason 1 has merit, but as I said being busy is just the way of life, and Reason 2 explains why my interest has waned, laziness is certainly a big part of my lack of blogging. Even with my busy semester there have been ample moments when I could have read and/or blogged on green subjects, but I decided to do some mindless activity like watch television. Sure I was busy and tired, but what I do here is important. Not important in that I am going to change the world through my brilliant and insightful prose, but in that I am changing myself and perhaps nudging my friends, family and acquaintances in the same direction.
What do you guys think? Why has your green light bulb been turned off?