Observations From NaBloPoMo: Week One

I just finished week one of National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo).  And yes, I managed to post daily as the challenge calls for.  At the end of the first week, here’s what I’ve learned so far:

  • Readers and friends have been so supportive in my pursuit to post daily.  A big heartfelt thank you!
  • I was right.  Posting daily is freeing.  No time to agonize over the perfect word, picture, or headline.
  • Stories I thought would make a good post someday actually got written.
  • This may sound goofy, but it’s been fun.
  • Turkey dinners always drive more traffic than caregiving stories.  I get it; everyone needs to eat and not everyone is on the caregiver roller coaster.  Hopefully the tips on Where to Order a Prepared Thanksgiving Dinner will save some caregivers time as well.

Thanks for following along in this journey.


  1. Eating is also more fun than care-giving!

    I haven’t found this to be freeing yet, but maybe that day will come.


    1. I might be having a little easier time since some of my posts are quick service pieces versus stories. Not sure I’ll feel the same after week two of daily posting. Good luck.


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