I have decided to do something a bit loopy and commit to partaking in this event (National Blog Post Month), which involves writing a blog post every day throughout the month of November. I know, right? I can barely write two a week.

But, I figure, WHY NOT? It will help me flex my writing muscle, not overthink things, think more creatively and go beyond what I might normally write about, and it will probably be fun. Another reason to do this is because I feel I don’t have much opportunity to write in my daily routine. Am I setting myself up to fail? Well, maybe, but it doesn’t matter if I do. Yet I have a hunch that I will find the time most days and the whole exercise will help me to realise I can fit in at least a small amount of writing each day during this busy season of life.

I must be mental
I must be mental

I now have a “follow my blog” link on the sidebar of my homepage and it would greatly encourage me to have regular readers – it will help me stay motivated!


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  1. Sandra

    You’ve got this… I believe you will not only write a daily blog but that you will speak, encourage and inspire those who read it…. I can’t wait to read it and be inspired everyday because that’s what you do every time you write… Xxxxx ( my challenge is finding your “follow my blog link!” ) X


  2. Janice Wald

    I met you in the Community Pool. I help new bloggers at my site. I’d love to help you grow your blog. Tips for engaging readers, improving content, and increasing traffic are waiting for you at my site. Here is the link to my About page, so you can read more about my blog.
    I offer free incentives for subscribing. Nice to meet you.


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