Blogging: how my 30 posts in 30 days challenge fared by da-AL

Last week I finished my personal challenge of thirty posts in thirty days. I fell short by two posts! Moreover, the last were a bit of a cheat. Fellow blogger Cezane’s submission was long, so I split it into seven posts.

What did the challenge teach me? That, like so many other things in life, there is Good! as well as Good?! to posting super frequently.

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What are your thoughts as a reader?

If you have a blog, share your experiences with frequency, content, and guest posts.

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20 thoughts on “Blogging: how my 30 posts in 30 days challenge fared by da-AL

  1. You brave girl…I wouldn’t also not even think about taken up a challenge like this.
    Frequency; hopefully by winter-time all my must-do shores are done and I have more time to write.
    Content: Since I have an interest in various topics, I also write about various topics. However, at the same time I always keep my ‘messages’ in mind regarding beautiful souls out there and creating a Dreampack of your own (and for your dogs)
    Guest-posts: Love this concept, to give other writers/artist a platform and also for me a way to connect/work together with others all over the globe 🙂

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  2. I admire you for both making the attempt *and* finishing it. I know I wouldn’t be able to do it mainly because it takes me FOREVER to wrap my head around something original each time. Or if not original (I have returned to topics) at least a new take on it. A creative writing teacher in high school used to tell us that 3/4 of all writing is thinking about it ahead of time, and now late in life I’ve finally connected to what she was saying. But that’s just me… as to you, I tip my hat! Well done! – Marty

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    • Thank you, Marty! You’ve got so much interesting stuff on your site, it seems like it comes easily to you. You’re kind – I finished, yes, though with only 28 posts. On the other hand, wanted to let people know that it’s ok to set a goal & not meet it all the way.

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