While surfing through the blogosphere randomly, I came across a Problogger post pointing out a reader comment by Jason, about how he (Jason) maintains both a full-time job and keeps up his blogging momentum. Many new bloggers find they run out of steam and lose focus. It happens to more experienced bloggers, too.
Jason uses a point system with different amounts for different tasks. Then he ensures that reaches a daily minimum of 50 points.
If you can maintain such a disciplined habit, it seems like an ideal way to ensure you’re doing something everyday that’s related to blogging. Darren Rowse added a few items to the list. Here are a few more tasks to add to the point system. The numbers in brackets are a suggested point
value for each task.
-  Site maintenance/ fixes.
-  Theme tweaking.
-  Ad placement research and application.
-  Topic research.
-  Key content (tutorials, resource lists) and linkbait articles.
What points you actually assign to these tasks above is up to, depending on how important you feel they are. This sort of method will not work for everyone, but it could help some bloggers.