The Post a Day/Post a Week challenge is all about helping you to achieve your own unique blogging goals. We encourage you to do what works best for you, whether that means posting daily, weekly, or a few times each week.
But have you ever considered alternating between different posting frequencies throughout the year?
During the month of April, I’ve decided to tackle my own version of National Blog Publishing Month. Traditionally, sadists in the writing world do NaBloPuMo in November in conjunction with National Novel Writing Month, but I don’t hate myself that much. November is an evil month full of deadlines and tests and turkey murder, and I can only dedicate about a quarter of brain capacity to writing during that time. So April it is.
This commitment means that I plan to write every day no matter how tired, uninspired, and unfunny I feel. I know I can do it–mostly because I’ve successfully completed NaNoWriMo and that has some batshit crazy rules. Like 1667 words per day for 30 days, or whatever it takes to get to 50,000 words by midnight on November 30.
Do you think you might try something like this? What kind of blogging goals do you want to accomplish this year?