During my first foray into the B-School blogosphere, I encountered a number of blogs about people who had either applied and gotten into business school, or were dinged.Â One consistent thing about the blogs with the highest search rankings was that the majority of them had outdated posts.Â Their blogging updates ended either one or two years ago.
For those that didnâ€™t get in, I get it.Â But for those that did, I often wondered why they stopped blogging.Â I personally thought that if I had documented my successful transition to business school, why not keep telling the story?
But now, after submitting my applications to all my target schools, and having given up my life for six months, I fully understand why people shut down their blogs.Â Iâ€™m just not motivated to write anything now, particularly anything related to the GMAT or business school.Â (Maybe this has something to do with all the essays I wrote)Â Sure, Iâ€™ll have posts after I get responses from the schools I applied to, but Iâ€™m finding it extremely difficult to draw inspiration.
Donâ€™t get me wrong, I want to keep this blog going as long as I can.Â But I know that if I get into business school, thereâ€™s a good chance Iâ€™ll be too busy to blog much.Â And if I donâ€™t, Iâ€™ll probably be too devastated to keep blogging.
I started blogging as an experiment, to learn more about the web industry and improve my writing ability.Â When I decided to apply to business school, the experience consumed my life.Â It was the only thing I could think about, much less blog about. Â But now that the majority of the work is done, I probably need to start thinking of a new focus for my writing.