To go along with National Novel Writing Month in November, there was also a 30 Blog Posts in 30 Days challenge.
I’m no novel writer, but I thought I would tackle the 30 Posts challenge.
The goal was to at least get drafts of 30 posts written, not necessarily to have 30 posts published to the blog.
Regardless, I didn’t make it. I got 11 done. You’ve seen 10 of them. And the 11th will be up this week.
They say that you will learn a lot about yourself by going through this exercise. I certainly did.
I learned that I love to join challenges and projects like this. I started off pretty well, writing four posts in the first week of November. (But I can do math. Four posts in 7 days will not get to 30 posts in 30 days.)
I also learned that if I don’t set up a plan, then I won’t reach the goal. A goal without a plan is just a dream. This was more of a dream for me, not so much an actual goal.
I thought I might try this again in December. Then I got hit with the reality stick. With Christmas, and traveling, and family in town, there is no realistic way I am going to get 30 blog posts written in December.
(Hey, this is a big deal for me! I love to make long lists of things I think I’m going to accomplish, and then only get halfway through the list.)
However. I will do this in January. 30 blog posts in January. A few months late for the November challenge? Yes. So what. I’m doing it anyway!
Anyone with me!