It’s the end of November, which means it’s the end of NaBloPoMo too. I actually can’t believe I made it this far posting every day for an entire month.
I’ve learnt a lot during NaBloPoMo, including;
- How to write a post without three days of procrastinating and self-doubt
- How scheduling posts works, and how awesome it can be when you’re busy the day you want a post to go out
- That photo and quote posts are just as legitimate as long stretches of prose (example: my photo post about visiting Rome was my most popular this month) and not to underestimate them
- I don’t want to be a blogger that posts every day, it’s exhausting
- Posts that you are really proud of may not be very popular, but it’s still important to be proud of them!
- Branching out to different areas is fun and freeing, I don’t want to just blog about crafts. I really enjoyed reviewing a book and sharing some of my favourite quotes
To end this awesome month of blogging, I’m going to try my hand at a roundup of some of my most favourite blog posts of November, both mine and from some of my favourite bloggers too!
Here are some of my own posts from this month that I’m particularly happy with;
- That “I Made That!” Monday post in which I really messed up but gave it another go
- That one where I shared my thoughts on cohabiting couples
- That time I was Hufflepuff and proud
- That rant on stopping the excuses for rubbish behaviour
- That awesome quote by Dr Seuss
I also want to share a few of my favourite November posts from other bloggers. These some that I really enjoyed;
- That one where A Voluptuous Mind continued her Stories feature with internet dating (and also the one where she loved on Taylor Swift, because yes.)
- That post where Metamorphosing Wallflower told me that scrunchies were coming back and that I’d finally be back on trend
- That time Alex at Still Life with Grad Student called bull on the life is too short adage
- That hilarious post of Suzie81’s in which she shared her instructions for present-wrapping-with-cats
- That one where DaniDearest introduced me to OneNote (that I’d never even looked at before) and showed me that it was awesome for organising my entire life
So those were some of my personal highlights of this month. What have you particularly enjoyed about November? Be it blog post or otherwise, share your November joy here!