Completing NaBloPoMo: Day 30 and the Last Week of Blogging

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My 30ieth day of blogging has come around! Ever since signing up for the NaBloPoMo challenge, I knew I just had to complete it. I’ve literally only once completed a month-long writing challenge, and that was more than a year ago and only after a second attempt. Back then it had been the SarkeMedia Challenge. NaBloPoMo has me on their blog roll and I feel so happy to be able to say that I am finally done and that I haven’t “failed” or whatever is defined under failure when starting and finishing the month of blogging.

This has perhaps been one of the hardest challenges I faced this entire year (writing-wise). I don’t think I got anything else done other than my daily blog, and that is just fine. The photography and other hobbies have just been pushed aside because, to be honest, I only have time to focus on one thing at a time. Writing one month non-stop, be it coming up with new posts or reviving stories, has shown me that I am capable of writing on a regular basis. It’s certainly inspired me to write more often than I have before, and that’s a good result.

To finish the challenge up in stride, I am now posting links to my last week of blogging:

Day 24 was a throwback to all the Thanksgivings I’ve celebrated in New York so far.

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On day 25 I am going even further and re-posting what I experienced during Black Friday madness a few years ago.

Day 26 is bouncing back to San Diego and the precious Old Town.

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On day 27 I am off to Mission and Pacific Beach.

Mission Beach Views
Mission Beach Views

Day 28 describes La Jolla right above the aforementioned two beaches.

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Day 29 is a good summary of my San Diego impressions.

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And day 30… well, it’s the end of the challenge! I hope you got to enjoy a few blog posts this month! Off to December, now!

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