Basically what it is, as long as I'm understanding correctly, is a challenge for bloggers to come up with one blog post, per day, for 30 days. This challenge goes on during January, April, July and October, but I only just learned about it. You know, when January is ending.
I found it funny that this subject came up because I was just sitting around the other day, thinking, "I really need to blog more often." I even spurred DJ (my DJ) into pulling out the spare pc monitor so that I can actually get to setting up my computer/writing desk. Which is still not set up. So, I'm lazy. Sue me.
But wouldn't this just be a good reason to poke my lazy ass into motion? Don't answer, it was rhetorical. No ass poking, please!!!
So, after thinking I needed to post more, and realizing I don't post as often as I should because my set-up is crap AND having someone mention something about a way to post more, I have decided there are just too many things pointing to this outcome. Therefore, I have decided that for the month of February I am going to do this challenge. I will post for 30 days.
I cannot guarantee that all my posts will be good. I can't even promise I will actually be able to post every day. I mean, c'mon, shit happens some times. But I think it would be a good exercise for someone, like me, who has recently started a blog, to get in there and get creative. And since I have a number of different sections on this site, I figure, I can find something to post every day. (Sorry in advance if I get boring by mid-month or so.)
So to anyone who is reading this feel free to check back over the next month for regular posts. If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter I will post a link to each blog post. Hopefully I will come out of this a better blogger (*cross your fingers minions*) and hopefully dust off those writing skills.
Now the only obstical that remains is...how do I find 30 days in a month that only has 29? I'm gonna have to make up a day somewhere. Seeing how I'm constantly losing and adding days as it is, it shouldn't be a problem.