It’s only natural that the New Year brings on thoughts of new beginnings. Recently, I’ve read many great blog posts about resolutions and plans for the future. It’s January 3 (I’m determined to push this out before midnight) and I’m just now getting around to talking about mine.
And therein lies the rub.
According to WordPress stats, I created 35 new posts last year. That number is pathetic considering I began this blog in December 2009 and wrote 7 posts during that month alone. So that means that in 2010, I posted on average less than once a week, and not quite 3 times a month. During the summer, I took a mini break and was lucky to get out a post once a month.
This year, I’m planning to be more spontaneous in posting to this blog. Seriously!
There were many times last year I had a great idea for a post but for one reason or another I decided not to write it right away. Some of these posts I wrote at later dates but the vast majority fell to the wayside. From now on, though, I’m not going to wait and will be spontaneous at least twice a week. That last bit is because “they” say that the key to successful blogging is to post often.
But also, I’m going to spontaneously throw in some well thought out and well-crafted pieces as an element of surprise. Which is kinda what I do anyway, mix up writing styles and topics at my whim, but this year I’m going to do more of it, at regularly scheduled, spontaneous intervals. But I’m going to try not to be too obvious about it.
p.s. In the interest of spontaneity, don’t hold me to this.
p.p.s This post is my vision of the coming year and is now part of 2011 Sharing is Caring blogging event hosted by Almost There.
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