Somebody on my comments questioned the need to put a post on every day. In fact someone else questioned the need to blog at all.
Blogging is such an individual thing, so I thought I might give you my reasons for blogging and for almost always blogging every day.
I have had a lifetime of discipline - getting up, getting my child off to school, driving myself to school where I taught for most of my working life,
coming home, preparing a meal, doing household chores and then going to bed.
Retirement brought with it the chance to settle down and do the things I had always wanted to do - read, embroider, play the piano, walk, play early music and join an early music ensemble - very enjoyable - every day filled.
After the death of my first husband (married 39 years) I had a couple of years still doing these things, taking my dog for walks, taking on various voluntary jobs. Then I married the farmer - helped with feeding calves, various farm jobs - looked after hens, reared chicks. Again a very full life.
Now in my eighties and living alone - I cannot change the habits of a lifetime and sit around doing nothing. I am not terribly mobile (arthritis) but can still drive my car. I have lots of friends and we do things together, I go out a lot. I now have a garden to plant - I was a keen gardener for many years. But after years of being busy all day and having a routine of doing things, no way can I suddenly start sitting around. So I still have my planned day - ukulele playing, reading (especially the book for my book group) etc; and built into that is writing my blog. It is a discipline for me - it makes me think of something to say, it makes me get up and go to my computer, sit down and write. I never take my lap top to my knee - it is important to walk to my computer room, sit down and write.
So I suppose I can say that I see blogging every day as a form of discipline for me. And at least it has given me my topic for today!