A couple of weeks ago, I was thinking about how badly I needed to jump-start this blog, and get back into the habit of blogging regularly. In the six and a half months since I started it, I’ve written a whopping eight posts. This does not include the dozens I’ve written in my head, but never got around to typing out.
So I had this brilliant idea to give myself a challenge: I would write a post every day for the month of November. Instead of NaNoWriMo, I’d do my very own NaBloWriMo. I would start a movement!
And then I found out that NaBloWriMo already existed. Except, it wasn’t called NaBloWriMo; it was called NaBloPoMo (as in, National Blog Posting Month), and it’s been around for eight years.
Okay, so I wouldn’t be a trailblazer. But it doesn’t really matter, since my goal wasn’t to blaze trails so much as, you know, blog.
I added myself to the NaBloPoMo blogroll and am making this public declaration:
One new post a day, every day for 30 days.