One late night a police officer pulled me over as I drove back to college from my job. He told that exhausted driving was as dangerous as drunk driving and followed me the last few miles back to campus.
I’ve often thought of that warning as I hope yo make wiser decisions to avoid sleeping behind the wheel.
But at 4am I wondered how different exhausted tweeting is from drunk tweeting. I’ve never blogged or tweeted while drunk, possibly because I’ve never actually consumed enough alcohol for that to happen. But I follow sufficient people who do so on occasion to know that I personally need to avoid drunk posting in any form.
The question remains though: is exhausted blogging really as dangerous as drink blogging?
Perhaps someday I will be rested enough to look back on this and answer the question.
- 6 Years
- Good Things
Exhausted blogging is better than no blogging
While I’ve regretted some of what I’ve posted when I was exhausted or overwhelmed, taken as a whole I have to agree with Rebecca.
Until then, blog away! Ha!
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