(In)Consistency

Today on Seth Godin’s blog, he put a disclaimer on the end of it announcing that his post for tomorrow would be about an hour later than usual. He felt the need to apologize for an hour of inconsistency.

I can’t even keep a consistent “Music Monday” or “Fan Friday” series going for longer than week or two. Admittedly, I’m not the most consistent blogger you’ve ever read.

I suppose these things just take a sense of discipline. That’s what I’ve read from consistent bloggers anyway.

How do you discipline yourself to be consistent?

Overused Words pt 1

1ep·ic

adj \ˈe-pik\
 Definition of EPIC
1: of, relating to, or having the characteristics of an epic <an epic poem>
2a : extending beyond the usual or ordinary especially in size or scope <his genius was epicTimes Literary Supplement>
b : heroic
Homer and The Iliad are epic stories.
Gladiator is a movie that tells an epic story.
The pyramids are epic structures.
iCarly is not epic, Nickelodeon.
Comparing two common things does not make for an epic showdown.
Your high school rivalry is not epic.
Stop it.