NaBloPoMo: Writing a Blog Post Every Day of November

Courtesy of www.charlottesteggz.com
Courtesy of http://www.charlottesteggz.com

November 1st has come around, which means it’s time for a change. Usually this month marks National Blogging Month. After reading Charlotte’s post on how hard it was to find the old group/ site this year, she posted something today about these two groups: BlogHer and Cheerpeppers. Both call it National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo).

I’ve grabbed my badge from the BlogHer site and am ready to give this challenge a go. The last time I’ve successfully completed 30 days of blogging was back in June of 2015. Back then I had been a part of Sarah Arrow’s Sarkemedia group but I’m always up for trying out new things.

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This blog needs a few more new posts plus I need an incentive to finally write down my Mexico, Columbia and West Coast trips (I really hope I catch up on these before the end of the year). So I’d thought what a fabulous idea it might be to be a part of a challenge and to be reminded about writing every single day. Some people participate in writing an entire 200-page-novel in the month of November (eventually I am aiming towards that as well). For me, blogging will do for now.

I have some amazing post ideas lined up and am working on my blog schedule as we’re speaking. Fall has come around once again and although the weather has been crazier than in the previous year, I still attended some great events which I can’t wait to share with you all.

NaBloPloMo – here we go!

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