I have learned a few things about a few things with this venture.
One that when I say I’m going to do something I feel responsible to complete it in it’s entirety.
I didn't blog every day this month, I've missed like 3 days and I was up last night feeling guilty about it. Thinking about how I should make time to write the posts and back post them.
I don’t have time for that. I didn't have time to do them in the first place so why where would I find the time now? Plus I was the one who decided to do it. There weren't any consequences if I didn't blog every day.
But this is what I do to myself and my blog is currently just something I do for fun in my free time.
Which is another thing I learned. If I want to look at blogging as a ‘career’ there is a lot I need to learn!
There is so much more to blogging in a professional manner then there is just blogging for fun.
It’s definitely something I've been thinking of doing as well. With my girls going to both be in full time school in the fall, I will have a bit more free time.
There is another lesson. I am not always the best time manager. I used to think I was, but I tend to not give myself enough time to complete things.
If I want to be a better (professional) blogger I should possibly look at more planning ahead, among other things.
At the end of the day I really enjoyed some of the topics that Elizabeth suggested for Blog Every Day in May and it got me talking about things outside of the foodie zone.