Hmmm, this left me musing about my NaBloPoMo experience. I successfully created 30 posts in 30 days. Would I do it again? Not sure. Perhaps not at this stage of life, with a full-time job and two teen birds still in the nest! However, it was a great reminder to make time for blogging, which is such an enjoyable, creative outlet. And, it was also a good reminder that sometimes a “good enough” post is truly good enough.
How did your NaBloPoMo experience go?
Ciao! ~ Kat
For many of you, November was a blur: a crazy, beautiful, writing-filled blur. We encouraged WordPress.com users to participate in BlogHer’s National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) and post something every day in November.
Participants had a lot of fun this month: we discovered great posts in the NaBloPoMo tag page and enjoyed pieces like A Sign of Life‘s “A Rose By Any Other Label,” in which E. talks about labels and being an INFJ, as well as posts on Stuphblog, like “The Trauma Doesn’t End When the Abuse Does,” which was honest and emotional.
We also loved the variety of content — any type of post qualified as a post, from single photos to inspirational quotes to longform essays. The blogger at How Anxious penned a month’s worth of poetry, while Gwen at Little Growing Pains published a mix of poignant writing with nicely crafted…
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