January is I ❤ my blog month and it’s not going to be a challenge in which everyone is dashing helter skelter to get a bunch of stuff done. It’s going to be a gentle, thoughtful reintroduction to your blog and the reasons you started it in the first place. It’s meant to reignite your passion for your blog and get you back on track.
I first met Khara in Robert Lee Brewer’s April Platform challenge and that was a task-a-day, whip your butt into shape kind of challenge. A lot of us struggled to keep up, but Khara was way out in the leader-pack, showing the way.
So I’m back.
The “assignment” for week one was about developing a blogging schedule. Now I had one. When I started off, I was posting 6 days a week, then I dropped to five, then four … you get the idea. In September, I hit the burnout phase. I was trying to do too many different things and I just couldn’t keep up with the posting on a regular basis anymore. It felt like a chore.
So I deleted my blogging schedule page and defaulted to posting when I wanted to/had the time/had something to say. Sometimes that was several times in the course of a week. Sometimes it wasn’t at all.
So now, in addition to being back with a Khara House challenge, my blogging schedule will be back.
It’s going to be basic. Something I can manage given working and writing and critiquing (which I’m getting back to shortly). What I’ve hit on, is a weekend blog-for-all 🙂
Lemme ‘splain: I figure that blogging once a week will fit into my schedule and if nothing else, I’ll post on Saturdays. But … if it’s been a particularly inspirational week, I’m going to blog on Sundays too, and if a whole lot is happening, I might blog more than once a day.
So it’s a bloggin’ free-for-all, or a weekend blog-for-all.
Hope you like it, ‘cause it’s what you’re gonna get!