Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Congratulations to all my fellow NabloPoMo bloggers. We are almost there!
This was the first time I attempted this and had a great time! I saw some amazing blogs and must say that I am addicted to so many now. My list of daily blogs to visit increases daily.
I am not going to tag anyone but I had some questions. Feel free to comment or let me know if you answer these in your blog. My answers are in italics.
How many times have you participated in NabloPoMo before?
Did you blog daily this month?
Yes. It was touch and go though.
Are you planning on doing this in September?
Nope. I'd like to write often without the deadline pressure. Stir up the creative juices a bit.
Are you planning on doing this in November?
Did you make new blogger friends?
Tons. I also read a ton of blogs that I wouldn't under normal circumstances. There are so many funny, talented and prolific people out there. It is amazing!
What time of the day do you blog?
Early in the morning or late at night on weekdays. Anytime on weekends.
Are you proud of your content this month?
Yes and no. Some days, writing a blog was just stretching it! See my post today I want an eclair or something like that. I had list of stories that I wanted to write. But for some reason, I wrote what I wrote. Everyday.
I am really glad to have all this content on my blog. I would never have done it without NabloPoMo.
The fact that someone, even if it was one person, read my blog and posted a comment was simply astounding and humbling. I was jumping up and down when the first person posted a comment. This group is so welcoming and kind. Ok, so I am rambling but it is my blog.
What did you learn about this experience?
I can come up with some creative excuses for not writing
I can come up with a lame blog just so I write that day
I need some down time so I can really think about my story
No matter what you plan to write, sometimes writing just happens. Let it be.
Be creative and flexible. Some of the photos I did took me by complete surprise. Some were good and some were bad.
Lastly and most importantly:
Embrace the blur!