At the blogging crossroad, Whispers (that imaginary voice occupying space inside the mind) said, “So lazy creature, what have we here? Are ya going down the right path to continue or to the left, just disappear?”
“To the right,” she said.
“Yes, really and look, I’ve signed up at Blogging 101,” she said.
“To save time,” she said, “I’ve combined days , like Day one the assignment was to write and publish a “who I am and why I’m here” post on your blog and Day six, to create and publish your About page, then either adapt it into a widget on your home page or add it to your menu…and since I’ve blogged for at least a billion years, I just did some minor tweaking, see: Behind this Blog.
“Wow, so talented. Multi-tasking, said Whispers.”
…and for Day three: Follow five new topics in the Reader and
five [two] new blogs.
In a Lonely Place Encounters with Film. I liked this blogger’s idea of watching films and delving more deeply into the production. If you think about all the time, effort and money behind the making of these movies, it makes sense that an audience member should spend quality time reflecting.
Halsted M. Bernard, writer living in Edinburgh. Definitely like how this writer journals her days. I love the idea!
Okay. Next couple of days. Fail.
Day four: Publish a post you’d like your ideal audience member to read, and include a new-to-you element in it. Save for another day, I need more time to think. Day five: Try out at least three other themes – even if you’re happy with the one you first chose. Try one you’re drawn to, and one you would never use. Maybe later, but most likely not in the near future. “
Until next time, cheers! ☼
Blogging Inspiration: Daily Tasks | Blogging 101: The Commons.
Photo source: Flickr, artist, Carsten Tolkmit