Lately, I’ve been plagued with the following annoying announcement as I attempt to post or even make my way into my blog site!
Check it out:
No data received
Here are some suggestions:
- Reload this webpage later.
Occasionally the reload would allow me to sneak into my blog home but usually I’m locked out. So, if you thought I had forgotten you or didn’t care enough to visit you, please let me apologize now. SORRY! I’ve been locked out of my blog house!! Waaahh! I wanted to communicate this inconvenience so you wouldn’t throw-in-the-towel and walk away from me. Which brings me to my next point about perseverance.
No matter what obstacles come your way as you blog, never, ever give up! Problems will resolve either through time or on its own. Just keep yourself busy posting and if you have to wait for slow-as-molasses internet service, here are three great activities you can easily blend into your posting schedule while you wait.
1. Start to organize/clean your desk. Once that’s done and you can begin to clean your home or whatever space you occupy while posting. Unless you’re a total “neat-freak,” I’m sure your space could use, ahem, some straightening up. I would come over and help you, what, with my slow internet server, I could probably help clean your place and this entire planet and still have a few minutes waiting for something to load! Not complaining, mind you, just stating facts.
2. Read! While you’re waiting, why not work on the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die list. ( I think I can check off
a few lots of these books, thanks to my internet server.)
3. Exercise!! Okay, not my favorite either, but sometimes, once your space is spotless, and you’ve covered a few chapters from your book, the body may begin to feel tired and sluggish, depending on the wait you are having. If you are in an area with a bit of privacy, jumping around or gentle stretches may be beneficial to get tired blood cells rejuvenated. Personally, I usually head to the nearest coffee pot and brew myself a delicious cup of coffee. It works like a real charm!
So, let’s hope this data goes out as planned, so you know what I’ve been up to while being
kept prisoner detained by an unknown computer glitch, and may these suggestions also help ease your pain of computer delays, should you encounter them. I feel for you. Really.
Hey, how about yourself? If you encounter a delay while working on a post, how do you manage your time?