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30 November 2007

Stumbling Across the NaBloPoMo Finish Line

It's Nov 30th. I did it: I posted every day for 1 month. I wasn't sure at the beginning that I could do it, but I did. It may not be that difficult for those who blog nearly daily or daily, but it was a huge leap for me to try.

Topics & Tags:
Tags used once:
Family
Language
Laughter
Religion
Wonder

Tags used twice:
Africa
Art
Food
Memes
Movies
Music
Nature
Nonfiction
Poverty

Thrice-used tags:
Culture
Roundtable
Miscellany
Politics

Tags used five times:
Books
Poetry

Tags used six times:
Life
Writing

Tag used seven times:
Reading

Tag used eight times:
Blogging

New and Different: Roundtable Discussion

Most Difficult: Posts that were more creative writing or stories.

Number of Books Discussed (though not necessarily main topic of post): 4

Number of Photos Posted: 11

Number of Comments: 88

Largest Number of Comments on one post: 17

Most Boring Post/Poorest Excuse for a Post: This one!

Congrats to all who participated in NaBloPoMo and succeeded -- whether you were able to post every day or not.

Have a good weekend everybody!

4 comments:

Charlotte said...

I felt like I was stumbling too, but well done us. It will be a relief to go back to my sporadic "when I'm in the mood" style of posting.

I really loved your Roundtable Discussion - an imaginative and creative use of the tool that is the Web.

Dorothy W. said...

Congrats on finishing! Even though I'm used to posting every day, it still was a strain that I HAD to post every day (or felt like I should). I enjoyed reading your posts this month!

Cam said...

Charlotte, Yes, well done us, and all who made the committment to NaBlo. Glad you liked the Roundtable. It was a fun experiment to coordinate. I think I will do this again, but not until Jan at the earliest.

Dorothy: Thanks for your continuing visits. Funny, isn't it, how having to do something makes something routine seem different and sometimes more difficult. I'm not sure that I will ever understand the psychology of why that is, but I know that it is true.

Emily Barton said...

Congratulations. I'm very impressed!