Monday, May 7, 2012

A to Z Reflections

The A to Z Challenge was pretty great. I met some amazing bloggers and as the summer continues and I have more time to wander around the internet, I hope to meet some more. Before the start of the Challenge I decided that I was going to write my posts each day. It wasn't a bad idea, I was able to keep up, but next time I will definitely schedule posts. Since there was upwards of 1,700 people signed up visiting everybody would have required a lot of time, time which I had put into writing the posts instead of visiting. Definitely going schedule my posts next time!

Another thing I noticed about the Challenge was how much work I need to put into my writing. Reading the posts from other bloggers made me realize what I was doing wrong and what I need to fix. I really enjoyed meeting new bloggers and found so many posts that were great. Reading the different themes was probably one of my favorite things.

All in all it was a pretty good experience and I would not be opposed to participating again!


Nellie said...

If this post had a "Like" button I would click it :)

Gossip_Grl said...

I had most pre-written and scheduled, but I couldn't get that to work right. I too found so many great blog reads. I enjoyed reading your April postings

Hazel said...

I know what you mean, I encountered so many different writing styles too that I started doubting my own writing abilities!

I enjoyed your theme, although I didn't understand most of the stuff I felt really educated afterwards lol!

Siv Maria said...

At the rate I am going, catching up is going to be just as much of a challenge. Congrats on making it across the finish line :)

Jessica L. Foster said...

Glad it was a good experience for you. I think scheduling blogs is an excellent idea. I might do that next year.
Good luck in school and in blogging.

Arlee Bird said...

I'm glad that you found A to Z to be a positive experience. It is a great event for learning more about blogging and honing ones own abilities.
Thanks for the Reflections.

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