Monday, November 30, 2015

Post #30 NaBloPoMo: Now What?

30 days of posting every day: that's a lot of writing. It's also hours of time spent on work. The way we view our skills becomes the compass that directs us.

You just wrote for 30 days on your blog, an investment of yourself and sacrificing of time from somewhere else, so where are you pointed toward now? Which path do we work toward and do we continue?

How do we make sure that we don't diminish the work that we do?

We do it by believing that our effort matters, and that our writing counts.

Follow the rest of this post on BlogHer as we close out 30 days of National Blog Posting Month.

" ...  you have to work hard and learn more. You have to read and practice to get good at what you do. Writing is no different from anything else -- you repeat, you study, you learn, you apply [read more]"

And congratulations, on the commitment and the dedication to the work of writing. Happy NaBloPoMo!
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  1. 30 days. It's the first time I've ever completed NaBloPoMo, but to be honest, it was also the first time I ever actually TRIED. Other years I've been meh at the beginning, but this year when I took away the "got to" part of it and just did it because I wanted to, regardless of who was/wasn't reading, it was so much easier. That's not to say it was easy. There were days when I wrote a sentence or posted a picture because tired or lazy or nomorethoughtsleft, but I am proud of myself. Who knows, maybe I'll hit 31.

    1. Look at the GOLD that came from those 30 days, A. That's what happens when you are going through every ounce of memory, data, inspiration... things we would not have been made to consider as possible writing.

  2. You did it! My knee jerk reaction to "now what?" is cookies or doughnuts!



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