Eden won’t count it, but that doesn’t matter to me. I believe I successfully completed National Blog Posting Month in 2008, as long as I am counting the post I published on That Bride on November 1st (since I for some reason chose not to publish on That Wife that day). Plus I was often publishingg on both blogs every day, which is like blogging double time. It’s because I’m addicted to in love with my blogging.

I can’t find it anywhere on the site, but I’ve read that it doesn’t count unless you physically sit down and write your posts every day, on the day. That is just silly.

It takes a lot of work, but I love posting every day (or as some would classify it, having a post go up every day). And I don’t believe I did many filler posts. Actually you could believe all of my posts are silly and inconsequential filler posts, but if you think that, why are you reading?

3 thoughts on “NaBloPoMo

  1. Blogging every day is no small feat. And I second the idea that you have to write a post the day of for it to count a load of hogwash.

    Sometimes the last thing you want to do is be anywhere near a computer (like say during a honeymoon) but you can still have worked hard to prepare something before hand to entertain any readers.

  2. Blogging everyday, or at least posting everyday is tough to do. I believe that posting everyday, regardless of when it was written, should count.

    You do a great job blogging, and obviously I enjoy reading. Congrats on completing NaBloPoMo!

  3. Personally I think a challenge like this would take all the fun out of it for me, but you’re always blogging anyway, so it’s perfect for you! I have read blogs that have gone downhill when undertaking a challenge like this, but I didn’t notice any difference with yours. You always make me smile or say an interested ‘hmm’ however often you post.

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