Saturday, November 1, 2008


I know I haven't posted in forever (over two weeks), I haven't even really been reading the blogs like I used to. For a while I was still reading everyone, but not really posting much and now it has gotten to the point where I am not even reading blogs that much. Well, I want to change that. I participated in NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month) last year and it really seemed to help me get into the habit of blogging everyday or at least most everyday. I started to view the things around me more analytically and started to think about if and how I wanted to make blog posts. That seems to have faded lately, so I am trying one last effort, I am going to try and post every day this month (November) and if I can do that and it re-sparks my energy, which I hope it will, than great and if not than this has been a great ride and maybe the need for me to blog has begun to fade. This is my first of hopefully at least 30 more posts. This may be challenging for me around Thanksgiving as upstate Wisconsin, where GG's family is, does not really have easy access to internet so I may have to post ahead or figure something else out, but that is a problem for then and is moot if I am not following my goal of posting everyday anyway.

h/t Blue Gal for the graphic


Mauigirl said...

Hi Boxer, welcome back! I'm doing the NaBloPoMo event as well so it's going to be a marathon 30 days, isn't it! Good luck and I hope it re-inspires you!

Little Merry Sunshine said...

Yeah! Boxer is back!

I'm going to do NaBloPoMo also and I know you can do it.

One way I manage to blog almost everyday is that Blogger allows me to schedule posts in advance. That would be my advice for how to blog daily while you're in northern Wisconsin and have difficulty getting online. I did that this past summer when I was out of town. And I still do it now pretty frequently.

Comrade Kevin said...

I always read, though sometimes I don't comment.

Welcome Back!

Anonymous said...

I'm glad to see that you're blogging, but really I think it's nice that your flesh world life is keeping you so interested that blogging is taking a backseat.