Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Let them write blog

I found the link on Nels's blog, and I'm going for it:

Post to the blog every day for the month of November. (It's National Blog Posting Month, or NaBloPoMo.)

When I first started up this blog lo these many months ago (February 2005, more or less), I made a point of writing every day. Over the months and year(s), I've been less committed. I'm recommitting! Who's with me?

It's all about the rhythm. About being generative. Not worrying (do I sound smart enough??). Just writing.


dhawhee said...


Anonymous said...


i hereby commit to posting 30 times during the month of november. (t-giving day, i already know, will be a tough one)

Anonymous said...

Hey Donna, I'm with you on this one. I agree that it's all about getting into the habit--I seem to remember that being a theme in class, too :)

But next time I link to your site I'll have to be a little less, um, morbid in my immediate post. I didn't know you had the "links to this post" going on. Oh well, what's up is up.

Rebecca Blood's Rule #4: Write each entry as if it could not be changed; add to, but do not rewrite or delete, any entry.


Thanks for the one-a-day idea for November! Happy blogging

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