I'm entering the super-busy time of year at my day-job when the workload reaches insane levels, and now I'm also teaching two classes part-time, not to mention the time requirements and responsibilities of raising a family -- and I do hope to make some progress on a few other projects I've been planning. All that means that occasionally I might have to skip a day or two when I'm blogging in order to meet other deadlines and take care of other priorities.
I will still do my best to make each essay I write the best that it can be, but having a strict daily schedule has sometimes meant that I had to rush a post, publishing online when it wasn't quite ready. I want to increase the quality, even if that means sacrificing a bit of the frequency.
I also know how important my daily schedule has been in building the popularity of my blog, so I am not abandoning the high-frequency model, I'm just making it a bit more flexible, and if that makes my posts even better, then this will be a worthwhile modification.
Maybe luck will be on my side and I'll be able to continue an uninterrupted daily schedule, but at least I won't be stressing when midnight looms and I still haven't written anything yet.
Thanks for reading, and I hope you all continue to do so. I always welcome your feedback and support.