Last week we asked you guys to tell us how your Post a Day / Post a Week progress is…
Last week we asked you guys to tell us how your Post a Day / Post a Week progress is coming along, and how it feels to have completed two months of the challenge. Your responses blew us away — you guys are really kicking butt! Congratulations and keep up the great work!
Here are some of the comments you shared:
“I have written more in two months this year than I did in six months last year.” – Jim Adcock
“Daily blogging has helped me go deeper into my writing and to better connect thought dots. I sort of view it as a public journal — and it’s helping me find my voice.” – Patbean
“In some of my first posts, I wrote about my reluctance to sit down and write. That reluctance is gone and I post every day, usually 250-350 words. The writing is much faster and even more enjoyable than before.” – Zol H
“I knew that other responsibilities (AKA “real life”) would prevent me from posting daily, so I signed on for Post a Week with plans to post more often when possible… and I’ve enjoyed it immensely.” – Margaret
“There are good, and there are bad days. All in all, a wonderful experience thus far. And I’ve met some really awesome bloggers who are onto this challenge as well.” – Genn
“I have unintentionally started doing a post a week. I had no plans for it, but it’s just kind of happened. The results are higher traffic on my site, and more interaction with the community. It’s been lots of fun!” – B.C. Young
“Two months ago, I barely could remember how to get to my dashboard…My teens cheer and tell me to give myself a gold star. :)” – Katharine Trauger
“I’m having so much fun writing I’ve started a second blog just for photography.” – Alexy Saltekoff
“The best part of this whole thing is meeting new people. The interaction with the other bloggers is what makes it so much fun!” – Kattsby
“I am enjoying that the process gets a little easier with each passing day…I am thrilled that my readership has tripled. I am happy that I have made a commitment and I have been sticking with it, despite the hurdles.” – Masaya Mahanta
“The part that is the most fun for me is going through each day with a writer’s eye, seeking out that thing, that experience, that issue or news story that I can comment on in my own unique way.” – Andrew
“At first it was really hard, however after the first month or so it has simply become a habit – something I do everyday like brushing my teeth.” – Mlovergaard
“In January and February I’ve had more visits to my blog than I did in all of 2010! How cool is that?!” – Ken Cavanaugh
Read more at You made it through month two! How does it feel?
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