Saturday, December 31, 2011

Blog-o-lutions

1. Comment more
I spend lots of time reading but not near enough time commenting. Sometimes I feel like I don't have anything to say that hasn't already been said but I vow to share more comment love.

2. Grow my readership
I think it's time to share this baby with people I know IN REAL LIFE. This will be a big step for me.

3. Host a giveaway 
It will probably involve a monkey since I love monkeys and I am momma to 3 monkeys. I promise not to give my children away thru my blog. That could get a little dicey.

4. Keep blogging
I am hoping the coming year brings about many changes...finally selling our house, moving across country, going back to WOH to name a few. I don't want the chaos of life to keep me from writing about it.

5. Paticipate
I want to take part in more writing prompts, link-ups, twitter parties. I want to be more active.

6. Learn
It is no secret that I am severely technically challenged so this will probably be the most difficult one for me. I want and need to learn more about the technical side of this blogging gig.


So  what blogolutions are you making? What do you wish you knew when you first started out?


HAPPY NEW YEAR!

3 comments:

Carrie said...

Love your list. It's a great one!

One of my things is to attend a conference. A fellow blogging friend sent me a notice of one in Dallas next September or so and said we could split a room.

I crapped.

I've always wanted to go...but to go by myself?? I mean, what if other bloggers hate me and and throw food at me?

So, I'm going. And I'm going with a friend and I'm gonna make new friends and I'm gonna catch any food thrown my way.

My life is one big comment. I spend more time commenting than anything else. And it's a HUGE payoff.

HUGE.

The Preppy Girl in Pink said...

I love your list! I want to attend a conference, meet some of the bloggers that are within a 3 hour drive IRL, make new blog friends & offer my support to fellow bloggers in any way that I can.
Happy New Year!!!

ninabadzin.com said...

Yes, putting posts on Facebook and letting people IRL know will help. BUT, the truth is most blog readers are bloggers. The real life friends and family taper off after awhile . . . or at least they're much less likely to comment.

Thanks for stopping by MY blog today! :)