Not even close.
It's true that one major perk of being a blogger is that there are many blogging tasks that can be done in the comfort of our nightshirts and bathrobes. But this is far from how many bloggers operate. That's right. Many bloggers have morning routines just like those with a “regular” 9 to 5.
Plus, gasp,some bloggers even have jobs in addition to their blogging.
So, no, while we bloggers do enjoy our PJ time, it isn't nearly that cut and dry. We don't just sit behind a computer all day.
Many blog posts come out of quick notes on our smartphones while walking or on the bus. Some blog posts come from scribbles and doodles on scrap paper while at our various day (and night) jobs that pay the bills. Many bloggers are still gearing up towards living the dream of blogging being our full-time gigs.
For many bloggers, it's a side hustle. And yes, many bloggers have their blogs as their primary job. But there are many people that think we just sit online all day and type. Just like anybody, most of us get out and live life like anybody else.
Or, at least we should be.
No matter what kind of blogger we may be, everyone is different. And that's OK. And, sure, we can have lazy days lounging on the computer and get away with it sometimes. But as bloggers, we really never get a break or a vacation. Most of us spend 80 hours a week working on our blogs or promoting them ON TOP of other jobs.
So if the insinuation of this blogging myth is that bloggers are just lounging around most of the time... well, consider that myth BUSTED!