I’m Going to Blog Every Day for 30 Days

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Hahahaha, April Fools!

No, seriously :) I am desperate to get out of my bloggers block, so how best to do that than by scraping the bottom of the barrel for 30 days! After all, they do say that writers learn to write by writing, so theoretically bloggers (re-)learn to blog by blogging.

My only rule is that I’m not allowed to blog about having nothing to blog about, because I think that defeats the purpose.

Too many “blog”s in this entry.

Jem Turner jem@jemjabella.co.uk +44(0)7521056376

9 comments so far

  1. Angela said:

    Hmmm, I may just have to join you in this venture. I’ve felt the same way recently. I want to blog, but I haven’t in so long I feel like I don’t know what to blog about. So maybe if I try to blog everyday for a month it will kickstart me back into it.

  2. echo said:

    I look forward to reading your writing daily, guaranteed!* I’m doing NaBloPoMo again this month; I don’t want to call it brutal, but… Let’s just say it can be really challenging to have to write, even if the only thing you have to write about is a sock (or some other arbitrary item). But if anyone can make a post about a sock entertaining, it’s you!

    *Life reserves the right to interrupt at any time

  3. Georgina said:

    I hate when people say “I have nothing to blog about today but I’m doing this just to complete the challenge”. It’s really quite irritating and I do agree that it defeats the purpose of the challenge in the first place.

    I have made it a habit to blog every two days; sometimes I skip a day and write one three days after the previous one. I started that when I was getting 80+ comments per post, and eventually I kept it up even when the comments went down.

    After all they say it takes 21 days to break a habit, so by the same principle it would take 21 days to make one… hopefully you’ll be blogging more regularly after this! :)