NaBloPoMo – Day One

So it’s Day One of the NaBloPoMo thing and the NaNoWriMo thing.

A goal for this year is to definitely be more constant in my blogging for NaBloPoMo. The last two years I thought I would have one feed into the other by blogging about the novel that I working on, especially since I don’t attend a lot of write-ins and since I noted in the last day of the first NaBloPoMo that I participated in that finding content is tough. The good thing about NaBloPoMo is that prompts are provided to help with struggling to find content. Though I must say that even with that, I still didn’t really use them.

I’m pretty much going back to the “old format” where I combine random posting with posting about my writing. I am also encouraged by the fact that John Quincy Adams maintained a line a day journal. I can definitely do that, the Twitter master that I am.

In addition to posting content here as a part of the official NaBloPoMo, I will still be posting/crossposting at the usual places:

More Explore

http://moreexplore.blogspot.com/

A Writing Exploration

http://ladydayelle.livejournal.com

My Blog (where the posts from the old NaBloPoMo site and the blog360 site at Ning are housed-I’ll cross post the new blog here)

https://ladydayelle.wordpress.com/

My Social Issue Awareness and Action Blog (I blog about issues that come up on Bloggers Unite, Change.org and other current cause)

http://kitlat.wordpress.com/

“There is never enough time to do or say all the things that we would wish. The thing is to try to do as much as you can in the time that you have. Remember Scrooge, time is short, and suddenly, you’re not here any more.” -The Ghost of Christmas

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