In days gone by, having a stressful job meant that you spent twelve hours a day down at the old mill or the factory. Now, if the findings of one New York Times journalist are correct, blogging has become one of the most stress inducing professions in America.
Apparently, the deadlines and pressure of the gig cause as much mental strain as physical stress as almost any labor intensive occupation that you can imagine. Is this all a bunch of nonsense or is blogging as psychologically taxing as reported?
To answer that question, we’ll welcome the writer of the New York Times article and the Author of Hooked, Matt Richtel.