Welcome to my first 30 day challenge post. To kick start this, I’m going to briefly explain why I’m doing this challenge; it’s quite self-explanatory really, but just in case, here it is!
I haven’t been blogging much, to the point that I’ve completely lost interest in it. I’ve blogged since I was about 15/16, so it’s really a shame if I give it up now. I realised that if I said that I couldn’t find time to blog, it was just really more of an excuse to just keep to myself and lose contact with just everything. To me, blogging is a means of expressing myself and sharing information I think I want to share.
I haven’t set the full 30 day challenge list as such, but topics will come to mind along the way. I know there are a lot of these lists online which you can find and stick to, but a lot of topics just don’t relate to me (for example, your favourite cake recipe – uhhh…), and I’d very much rather blog about something I have something to write about.
I’m not going to lie – I don’t have much time to do this 30 day challenge. Writing a post a day is really time consuming and takes a lot of time and effort, but one thing I’ll promise is that my posts WILL be posted daily. If you wonder how I get the time to write the post, the answer is, I really didn’t – I’m going to queue up a bunch of drafts and simply publish them day after day. In other words, I’ll be doing something more like a 5 day 30 post challenge. But let’s not talk about that – that doesn’t really matter. In fact, this is a good way of publishing posts for those who are busy and can’t seem to find time to do blogging regularly, yet want to publish regularly.
Let’s hope that this 30 day blogging challenge is going to be fun – I personally feel that I’ve got at least one interesting post queued in my blog drafts. The whole aim of this is for me to publish regularly, and write more.
To make things fun, here are some rules I am going to set for the 30 day challenge:
Minimum number of words per post
To stop myself from being lazy and skimping on le juicy parts. I’m aiming for about 400-500 words minimum, because I understand some topics cannot possibly have 400 words or more.
Please explain policy
This is important because a lot of things I read (for example, a photo of yourself) is just what the title says and no text. Then it’s sort of like, “so what?”. The minimum word limit probably solves this problem, but I’ll make it a mission to go into as much detail as possible, minus the things that bore you.
For now, that’s that. Tomorrow I will be back with the next post. I’m currently watching tvN’s YG ENTERTAINMENT: WIN (who is next) – I’m rooting for Team A and I’m over the moon that they won the first round of online voting. GO TEAM A!
Next post: 15 facts about me
(I know, how generic, but after that it will be super interesting!!)