Today begins a month of blogging every day.
I’m joining more than 40 other people who responded to Steve Hopkins ‘blog in every day of March challenge‘ he posted a few weeks ago.
I had thought about writing a theme a day – an interview post on Tuesdays, a how-to post on Thursdays, but that seemed way too manufactured. And boring.
Instead I figure I’ll just write what excites me.
I’ve been gathering a collection of things to talk about in a little notebook.
Here’s a sample right now.
Melbourne. New York. Internet. Yammer. Community. The Awesome Foundation. Coffee. Leaving Australia.
You’ll see my posts this month will be tagged #what-I’m-thinking-about or #what-I’m-learning.
To make sure I punch out a post a day I’m giving Xavier Shay’s habit calendar a go. To make extra sure, it’s sticky-taped to my laptop.
The RSS of 43 other blogs in my Google Reader serves as a reminder to keep going. It’s a bit like the Biggest Loser, this motley crew of 40+ bloggers. Some are seasoned internetters, for others it will be their first post. The unifying force is that we’re all in this together to achieve our personal goal of writing a post a day.
Teams can be a powerful force to drive individual missions.
Now let’s see what happens.
See what others are writing about for #b03 on their first day.