Perhaps I’m just feeling ambitious (or crazy), but I’ve decided to embark on NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month) again this year. Normally, posting a blog entry every day for a month isn’t such a monumental feat, but with a newborn this may turn out to be a challenge.
I’ve tried to tackle NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) in the past, but ran out of steam about halfway through. Writing a 175-page (50,000 word) novel in 30 days isn’t the easiest task to complete, even if the stated goal is “quantity, not quality.” I also have issue with investing so much time in writing something that I’d be ashamed to let anyone read at the end of the month. If I’m going to put so much effort into a project, it would be nice to have a product that I can be proud of — or at least don’t feel like relegating to the Recycle Bin immediately upon completion.
So, here we are, the beginning of November. Let’s see how long I’m able to keep this up. Pardon me if the content is mundane, but then again, what would be different than the usual?
Are you NaBloPoMo’ing?
Who is Champuru?Aloha, I'm Donna, known everywhere on the Internet as "Champuru." I was born and raised in Hawaii. I'm a Christian. I'm married to my best friend of 18 years, we struggled with infertility and successfully conceived via IVF (and by the grace of God!) in 2008. I resigned from my coveted "secure" government job to be a work-at-home mom to my 3-year-old daughter. Using my degree in Information Technology and the skills obtained in the marketplace, I started my own business. Now, I work from home, taking clients on a part-time basis, working in my PJ's while the little one sleeps. Life isn't always easy, but it's all good.