30 November 2008

Last Day BITCHES!

I don't think it's any coincidence that NaBloPoMo happens to be a short month. The difference between 30 and 31 days is HUGE.

Good Points:
Because I'm not really available to write a lot on the weekends, I had to think some posts through in advance. Which meant that I had to actually put some thought into my writing. Which was really good. Because I am, sort of, aspiring to be a better writer.

I fleshed out and wrote some things that I've been meaning to write for awhile.

I think I got more in touch with the blogging community by being around every day.

Since I wimped out and resorted to posting distractingly awesome pictures of Gabriel on more than one occasion, I got better at remembering to take pictures, and I got caught up on some of my photo editing and uploading.

For some reason, posting every day here has inspired me to post more at Disgraced Shopping, which has been great.

Bad Points:
EVERY DAY?!?!

I happened to go a lot of places this month, and spend some long stretches offline, which made planning and posting....trickier than it should have been.

Seriously. EVERY DAY???

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As of this moment, I'm thinking that next year it'll be a go.

3 comments:

  1. LMAO, you know...I was tempted to just skip the last day because personally I think the little tags for not completing it are WAY more awesome. But then Captain Type 'A' kicked in, I had a mini-stroke, and my therapist recommended baby steps. So I finished it.

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  2. I knew I couldn't do it this year because I would be out of town with no internet access for 9 days, and I have tried experimenting with publishing dates, but just can't get it to do it. Oh well, I suppose there's always next year. They need to pick a less busy month though. Something without such a major soul sucking holiday in it.

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  3. Yeah, I'm with Heather. Pick a month like August, and I maybe could pull it off. Halloween, and then November is the beginning of the silly season for crapsake.

    I couldn't even keep up with commenting for everyone, forget about trying to write every day. I think Heinous had it right with his "Nahblome" button!

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