It's not a problem to actually take the time to sit down and write, it's a problem of what to write. I can't remember what it is I write about every day, which then makes me start to question the sanity of telling people about my life every day. Surely I'm not that interesting.
I have a similar problem this time of year figuring out what it is I usually cook for dinner. We are filled up on Christmas-type foods and treats, with an emphasis on treats. Now my sister is visiting for a few days and we tend to make the rounds to all our favorite restaurants.
Then with New Year's on the horizon, I still won't need to worry about routine cooking; my husband is home the whole of this Christmas season and won't go back until the 2nd.. Sure we'll eat something, but it will be thrown together on the spur of the moment or grabbed on our way to or from someplace fun. Most likely it will be in the form of popcorn and candy while we attempt to see all the movies the powers that be have released during the Christmas season.
On the 2nd I will be faced with the dilemma of providing dinner for my husband's return home from his first day back from work. It will consume most of my day as I try to remember what it was we used to eat, then I will probably conclude we should go out and celebrate the start of the new year.
The kids won't go back to school until the 3rd. On that day I will probably once again deliberate over dinner the whole of the day, then pick up some already prepared meal while grocery shopping. The week will almost be over by then and I will circumvent getting into the mode of routine cooking by suggesting another movie.
But back to my original dilemma... what to write. Maybe I'll worry about it on the 2nd when I'm trying to figure out what's for dinner.