Juggling With Two Websites

Last Update: June 13, 2018


I remember when I was in school, the kids used to be fascinated with me juggling two pieces of anything with a little weight using one hand. They were so exited to see the trick that they started to call the attention of other students saying, "look at this, Mr. Hanson can Juggle! how cool" they would ask me If I can do three. At three, I would last for a few good seconds then fumble, I haven't had much practice with three. Two on the other hand (no pun intended) I could master.

Well right now, the challenge has presented itself in a different scenario. I ask myself, "Can I juggle two websites at the same time?" Given the awesome yet fully loaded with information platform here I am fighting to keep my websites up and rotating without falling. Anybody can identify? How would I do with four or five, let alone up to 50, I wonder? Maybe for now I should just start climbing the mountain one step at a time without looking at the height of the mountain.


Years ago there used to be a very beautiful Botonical Garden with a small Zoo enjoined about half a mile from where I used to go to school. I would go there sometimes and challenge the climb up a very steep hill naturally created by the Earth's geographical activities at the back of the Zoo. The first time I went there I made the mistake of looking at the top because I changed my mind and didn't even start. The next time I went I just put my foot one before the other without looking up and guess what? Bam! I was half-way there already.

Not long after wards I was at the top, enjoying the great scenery around and boy! What a scenery it was. You can imagine how I celebrated. Well I am going to apply the same principle here, when I reach the top make sure you will be there to celebrate with me. I want people around who was there with me in the climb. I want others who can identify with the time and efforts it took to make it, because If I had run up that steep hill, the gradient of it would be working with gravity against my legs. I would have burned out and quit from a few meters up.

Is there anybody here that wants the sand on the beach to flood between their toes, drinking some cool coconut water with straw while working on their online business? Or maybe just hanging out in the sea breeze while their website is working and bringing income? I surely want that.

Bye for now, be blessed!!

Dygie Reds

P.S. My profile name was supposed to read as Dygie Reds but I don't know how to change it, or if I even can.

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JerryMcCoy Premium
The more you do the more you can do.
Dygie-Reds Premium
That's true sir.
Yes indeed.
RAFStuart Premium
Agree with Kevon, eventually I will have at least five up and running, some though will not have blogs but run on autopilot.
Dygie-Reds Premium
Thanks for stopping by Stuart!
I am looking forward to the autopilot days.
RAFStuart Premium
So am I.
kevonwilson Premium
Hey Dygie,

I can identify. It's a real challenge. Sometimes one gets left behind. But the key is to be consistent - with both. Even if you're doing one article each per week consistently you will eventually get there.

All the best

Dygie-Reds Premium
I am looking forward to it, as my efforts are applied.!
Thanks! All the best for you as well.