Day 20: More Than Halfway Through on the 30-Day-Blogging Challenge

20 posts!
20 posts!

It’s Day 20 of the 30 Day Blogging Challenge. This means I’m able to take it easy and rehash what I’ve written in the past ten posts.

Lots of exciting things have been happening:

Day 10 was all about Blogging and Rehashing my 4 years in the Blogosphere. Blogiversaries are so much fun!

Day 11 was about Schwetzingen and spending parts of my Germany trip there! A place to visit for sure!

Day 12 was when I got my NYC ID and lists what some of the awesome perks of this free ID are.

Day 13 describes a daytrip to Pisa and why you should go to the city that features the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

On Day 14 I am recapping my visit to Florence and how the magical blue hour made for some excellent shots.

Day 15 and Day 19 are all about the yearly occurrence of Fleet Week in NYC and how informative it was to see the USS San Antonio.

Day 16 My First day in Rome and how you should always give a city a chance. Even if you are only staying for a short amount of time.

Day 17 was my Second day in Rome and how even two days can be a bit overwhelming but pretty fun-packed with activities.

On Day 18 I got to switch up the design of my blog and try out some new gadgets, such as widgets and footers.

The past 20 days have flown by. Even though I didn’t get the chance to blog every day, I feel I’ve made the best out of the past three weeks on my blog. Here is to ten more days!

One thought on “Day 20: More Than Halfway Through on the 30-Day-Blogging Challenge

  1. Look at you go!! That’s so exciting! I admit that I have been a horrible blog reader lately, and blogger, actually. Definitely not as on top of my game as I have been in the past. And I miss it terribly. But, your blog mojo seems to be flowing. 🙂 Keep it up, love!

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