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I have not participated in NaBloPoMo before, but I think this is a great way to work on my writing. By writing every day I am hoping that by forcing myself to find something to write about, I will eventually be able to fully develop some of the ideas that I have a list of. I think this is also a great way for someone who wants to begin blogging or writing more often to do so.

I hope many of you also take on this challenge. Comment below and I will be sure to follow your progress. Happy writing!

The Daily Post

It’s almost November, the biggest month of the year for daily writing and blogging challenges — you know, the ones with names that sound like chemical formulas. There’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), National Non-Fiction Writing Month (NaNonFiWriMo), National Playwriting Month (NaPlWriMo), a month-long drawing challenge, (NaNoDrawMo), and their blogging counterpart, National Blog Posting Month, or NaBloPoMo.

nablopomo_heroNaBloPoMo challenges you to publish a blog post every single day in November. There’s a huge community of participating bloggers, and the event’s organizers, BlogHer, maintain a blogroll and offer support, motivation, and prizes. It’s a great way to meet new bloggers, create a blogging habit, and try new things…

… but we know it’s daunting, and the excitement of Day One seems to wane a bit by Day Seventeen. That’s what we’re here for! The post ideas, resources, and tips below will…

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