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-------------------As someone who is notorious for not following through with things, I am pleased with actually, thus far, posting everyday of this month as indicated by the National Blog Posting Month's guidelines.
And, now I share with you what I have learned during the past 10 days:
1. I have an endless supply of things to blog about. This is not news to me but it is interesting that I am still hoarding blog post ideas rather than actually writing about them. I keep thinking I'm going to need to fall back on one of the many posts that have floated in my brain for months but it turns out I have something new to blog about everyday. Maybe by the end of the month my hoarded posts will be written...or not. I'm curious to see.
2. I need a new laptop.
3. I don't like blogging everyday. I have yet to actually sit down and write a thoughtful post this month because it takes me a few days of processing to get ready to write, reread and edit and finally post my finished process. Of course, some posts, ahem...vbac, need a little more thought than I give them but for the most part, a post of length has been pondered upon plenty during the day when I am tired of cleaning up after children and need to internally zone out.
4. I understand why people take a blogging challenge such as this before writing a book to aid in disciplined scheduled writing. Blogging during the day is absolutely 100% impossible at this point in my life and I am foolish even to crack my laptop open during waking hours because my children consider that an open invitation for chaos to reign. If I were to write a book, I would be very busy at night after my children go to bed. When my brain is fried. I now know this for certain after the past 10 days. Not good for my future career as a famous author.
5. I really like colons. As in the punctuation mark not the body part.
Anybody else doing NaBloPoMo?