mumbling of an imbecile


I’m thinking about trying out this NaBloPoMo thingamabob. Can I write a post a day for all of November?

More than anything, I don’t want my posts to ever be meaningless. I want to write about what truly matters to me, or what’s going on that I really find funny or meaningful. Do I have it in me to write 30 posts that fit the bill?

I’ve done some poking around, and here are a couple of resources I’ve found for anyone who is also looking for a challenge like NaBloPoMo, but who (like me) is more than a little uncertain about how to proceed.

  1. 365 Days of Writing Prompts
  2. 30 Poetry Writing Prompts
  3. Jumpstart Journalism Prompts
  4. 30 Days of Writing Prompts
  5. 119 Prompts for your Journal Jar

Of course I hope to only have to draw inspiration from these sources in between strokes of genius, wherein I write the best posts ever written. (Because that’s reality…)

But I’m not one to turn down a challenge, so I’m ready to start this challenge in a few days. Maybe some of you will do the same?


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10 thoughts on “NaBloPoMo?”

  1. Like you I committed to the NaBloPoMo challenge. And like you again, I want my posts to be meaningful. I don’t want to post something every day just to say I’ve completed the challenge. Two days in and I’m already a bit concerned. I’m concerned for my readers. They’re used to reading me 2 to 3 times a week – can they handle 30 days straight?

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    1. From looking at your blog for even just a moment I have no doubt that your readers can handle 30 days straight – your blog is very nice and I’ll be coming back πŸ™‚

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