Whew! My blog series is over! I can’t believe how long a month can seem and yet how fast it can go! But I finished and I have to say I learned more than I thought I would. Here are 16 things I learned participating in Write 31 Days.
- 31 days is a lot of blog posts.
- I learned a lot about the glutes and blogging.
- I felt a lot of stress about doing it right.
- You shouldn’t do a series about the body part you’re doing physical therapy on.
- Planning the posts ahead of time is essential to the way I work best.
- I’m glad I actually wrote so many ahead of time or I wouldn’t have finished.
- There are more exercises that I wish I could have covered but didn’t have enough days.
- The lighting in my spare bedroom leaves a lot to be desired.
- My Joby gorillapod is awesome.
- It’s really funny to see how the flash makes the reflective strips on my clothes glow.
- I’m not very photogenic and I’d rather be taking the pictures instead of being in them.
- I’m not sure I will do another 31 day challenge, but we’ll see.
- There were so many other bloggers doing the challenge that I couldn’t keep up with reading them all.
- Doing the series demanded a certain degree of concentration that took me away from other priorities in my life.
- I got weary of social media mid-way in and really slowed down pinning, posting, and tweeting links to my blog series.
- I need a break from blogging about the butt.
Have you ever done a 31 Day Blogging Challenge and if so, what did you write about? Leave a link in the comments and I’ll check it out!