I suck at it.
In 2009, I went on a blogging spree and kept it consistently going for about a month (I honestly thought it was longer until I just went back and looked).
Then, I started a magazine called OCSPLORA, which—and I'm still a little shocked by this—I kept going for five years. Five! But then, when it hadn't really gained much traction in all that time (probably due, more than anything else, to my need to keep twiddling with it and changing things, and also the infrequency of our posting and super wide range of topics and formats...so, lack of consistency), I sent it to a cave to go hibernate while I became a novelist.
During part of those OCSPLORA years, I also kept up regular email updates, which I spent a fairly considerable amount of time on. And, since it was supposed to be a good old fashioned magazine, I edited, laid out, and designed four separate issues. I printed the first three (or had them printed), sent them out to a handful of subscribers, and tried to sell them at farmer's markets and random other places.
In 2014 I decided I needed to write a novel.