Getting Real About Writer’s Burn Out and Social Media Demands

We have the craving to write, see the need to market, yet also need time for family and personal lives. This post raises some excellent points about the danger of burn-out and the need to achieve balance.

2 comments on “Getting Real About Writer’s Burn Out and Social Media Demands

  1. One comment–I don’t expect anyone to thank me when I repost their blog. If I repost something it’s because I think that it’s something that my readers will appreciate. I should be thanking the original author (in fact, I usually do.)

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