My 4,845th Post

I just renewed my WordPress Premium plan subscription for another year, well actually for another two years because they gave me a discount for doing that.  I got tired of all those reminders that they placed at the top of my site telling me that it was going to expire on April 23 of this year.  I don’t do much else besides blogging and I probably spend about 8 hours a day here every day.  If I were not blogging then I guess I could rake the leaves in the front yard and that tree is always dropping new ones down, but I live in a community where all the outside maintenance is done for me, although I know I could do a better job.  I guess if I were not blogging, then I would be watching more TV, but I already spend enough time doing that.  I imagine that I could write another book, but I already have 3 unpublished books and I really don’t need a fourth.  I guess if I stopped blogging, I might be able to get a job as a writer, but then I would have to write stuff that other people want and if I keep on blogging, I can write what I want.

Written for Fandango’s Provocative Question #207 which asks, “How many hours a day would you estimate you spent on your blog, including writing, reading, and commenting?  If you didn’t blog, what would you do with the time you currently spend on your blog?”

18 thoughts on “My 4,845th Post

  1. I’m on the Personal plan, which cost $4 a month. The Premium plan is $8 a month. What do you get with the Premium plan that you don’t get with the Personal plan that makes it worth twice the cost?

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    1. The Personal plan gives you 6 GB of storage and basic personalization options, such as a custom domain and the ability to remove ads. The Premium plan gives you access to 13 GB storage and premium themes, which you can customize with CSS. The main differences between the premium plan that you can’t get with the personal plan include the following:
      • Live chat support
      • Earn ad revenue
      • Google analytics integration
      • Accept payments via PayPal
      • Advanced social media functions
      • Ability to upload videos via VideoPress
      • Access to premium WordPress themes
      • Control over your WordPress site’s CSS code
      I probably don’t need the Premium plan, but I started out with that one and I have never used any of those extra features, but maybe someday I will give it a try.

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