it’s a bird, it’s a plane . . . it’s . . .

If you’ve been following me for a while than maybe you won’t believe it either – but it’s been a whole year since the last blogrimage.

 

If you haven’t been following me for long than you’re probably wondering what the heck a blogrimage is.  To help you out, here’s a definition:

Blogrimage: a noun meaning a blogging pilgrimage. A pilgrimage one takes where the experiences are then blogged to the community.

 

A quick glimpse at the Instructions:

1. Document an activity on a blog for 30 days starting March 15th.

2. Daily post a link to your blog on your FB profile (if you have one)

3. Read and comment on other blogs (optional)

 

A Blogrimage is just not all that fun when done alone, so won’t you do it too? Yes you.

What’s that you say? You don’t have a blog?  That’s okay – we can fix that. Just go to WordPress.com or Blogger.com (I recommend WordPress because it’s easy, but also includes loads of great features and it’s very customizable.)  Even if you create a blog just for this thirty-day blogrimage and never use it again, I think it’s worth it.

After you start your very own brand spankin’ new glorious blog, or dust off and shine-up that old blog you haven’t used in three years and have to get a new password for, leave me a comment over here with your new blog’s web address so we can all find you!

Finally, pick a focus for your blogrimage.  It can be anything you want.  Last year, I attempted to make a phone call every day (because I don’t like phone calls) and excercise every day (because I can be insanely lazy sometimes.)  Other ideas from last year: jump rope every day, learn a new song on the guitar every day, plan and launch a new business idea in 30 days, etc.

Really the choices are endless. Just do something and write about it.

Also since it starts March 15th – you have plenty of time to think about a focus and set up a blog if need be.  No excuses.

Com’on – it’ll be fun. 🙂

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