The Conclusion of the May Blogging Challenge

Well, ladies and gentlemen, I have achieved the impossible. It is May 31, 2012, the official end of my May Blogging Challenge and I am proud to say I have actually accomplished my goal to blog every day.  This is a big deal. It is the first time I have achieved a goal I have set for myself since dropping my high school shoplifting habit.  

Needless to say, I’m feeling rather pleased with myself. During the month of May I explored the parasitic aspects of my mother’s relationship, established the “Sunday Night Round Up” which is basically my way of saying ‘I’m too lazy to write a real blog and you people will read anything (suckers),’ diminished Twitter for the 47th time which has shockingly had little effect on people’s decision to use it, revealed six more characteristics of my future ex-husband, diagrammed the woes of my crack den apartment, honored Bob Dylan with a creepy yet serious birthday shout out, explored all of the ways and reasons I suck at being a young person, and most recently revealed to a shocked internet audience that real women have confidence in addition to their curves, muscle tone, and everything in between. It’s been an interesting month; a fulfilling month. But I am exhausted and I need a break that does not include me blogging about needing a break. You feel me? I know you do.

completely unrelated to post

So I am going on a brief hiatus, that will likely last anywhere from 12-? hours, while I figure out how to approach my blogging schedule in the future. While I don’t plan to continue the daily blogging, I do hope to establish some sort of consistency, as I know you will be waiting, uncomfortably on the edge of your seat until my next post.

Any feedback or suggestions on blogging schedule preferences, hit me up in some fashion, via comment, email, or midnight knocks on my door. I won’t answer, but I will call the police and relish the thought of your incarceration.

In the meantime, check out the last 31 blog entries. I promise, I worked semi-hard on them.

Love,

The girl who hasn’t changed contacts since 1978

About thegirlwiththeblog

At any given time I can be found moisturizing my elbows and searching for words that rhyme with orange.

Posted on May 31, 2012, in ramblings about writing and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Blogging every day is difficult. The people who try to do it for a period of a year are kidding themselves. There is only so much worthwhile content and I think the level diminishes.

    As far as scheduling goes, I do not have one. I write when it comes to me. I try to get 2-3 blog posts out a week.

    • people who try anything for the period of a year are absolute morons. I’m a moron for too many other reasons to throw myself under the bus like that.

      Thanks for your advice. And also, I’m checking out your blog starting now 😉

  2. I’m going to miss the daily updates. You should blog at least ONCE a week (thereby making at least ONE of us look good).

  3. I came here from downloading a copyrighted free torrent of the yale open online lectures, on the subject: introduction to psychology, the doctor giving the lecture used a picture of ted bundy on a slide, which i was unable to see, so i looked for an image of Ted Bundy and somehow i ended up here, I´m very glad to pay a visit anywhere i´m not expected, so i leave my condolences for any bad thing that occurs to you in the future on cause of this turn of destiny. I wish you well and congratulate you for any superb outcome that this event may unchain on your life, as it was because your attitude towards life, your hot topics of conversation and probably your skills with cybernetic tools that lead me here to spill my crappy words all over your comment section. It was my pleasure reading only this entry, and I will treasure it forever by never talking of it again. I´m not weird, this how therapy myself. (smile)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: