This is the 7th year I’ve participated in A to Z.
Over the years, I’ve gotten better about planning ahead. Not great, but better.
One person said that she wrote all her posts in February. February! I admire people with those kinds of organizational skills.
When I was in college, if I wrote a paper ahead of time, I’d spend time editing and changing and editing until the deadline. Then I’d get a lower grade than if I just did it at the last minute.
I wrote most of my posts a week at a time, though not all of them. Some I did on the day of.
But I’m proud of myself, because every post went live on the correct date. I’m not sure that I’ve ever gotten a perfect score before.
As always, it’s fun to read other people’s blogs. Here are a few of my favorites:
This year, I had many fewer visitors than in previous years with the old format. Though that may have been partly my fault because it wasn’t until after the challenge was over that I learned there was a Facebook page. I’m not sure how I missed that info, but I did. I was just posting on the actual Blogging A to Z webpage daily.
When I took the A to Z Challenge survey, I realized that I missed a lot of things I could be doing. Like, I didn’t use #atozchallenge in my titles. Because I didn’t know I was supposed to. There’s a lot of things I could be doing to get the word out about my blog.
Sometimes I feel like I’m doing great at this whole internet thing, and other times I realize how much I have to learn. (Did I just show my age there?… *sigh*)
I could say I should be better at this because it’s year 7. But I’d rather just say that I’m learning and improving every year. And as long as I’m headed in the right direction, that’s what matters, right?