How to Keep a Bipolar Blog Running During the Depressed Times

Note: For this post I used Grammarly's grammar correction feature because writing without good grammar is like skydiving without a parachute: you don’t need good grammar to be hired as a writer; you need good grammar to be hired as a writer twice. I’m a bipolar writer. This is not news to anyone. As a person with bipolar disorder, I naturally have good days and bad days. Specifically, I naturally have average days and horrifically depressed days. And it impresses people that the Bipolar Burble blog manages to stay running through it all. Every week I get one or two posts up no matter what. So people have asked me, how the heck do you do that? How do you keep a (popular) bipolar blog going through the depressed times?


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