Trouble is that I can spend time thinking about what to cook or bake, taking the time to cook or bake it, photograph it, do what is necessary in Photoshop to make the photos ready for the blog, then do the write up, add the photos, spell check (mostly), make links were needed, and, finally post OR go around and look at the fantastic blogs of other food bloggers, make comments, make notes on inspiration that has come because of their excellence, or even blogs to return to for recipes, etc. That doesn't even include the time taken to read e-mails and post the comments to the blog and post answers (sometimes), nor to create recipes for 'original' things cooked or baked. It seems difficult these days to find enough time to do it all, especially with the garden calling to me every day.
So if I don't get around to your blog or post very often bear with me. I wouldn't be surprised if you have the same problem if you are a food blogger. Oops, gotta go, the squash are demanding to be harvested....again!