Let’s do a quick, fast and dirty re-cap
Over the past month, I’ve joyfully dragged you (kicking and screaming for help) along with me, as I identified the problems behind my ADHD creativity-gems , exploring possible options in hopes of being able to work around the little terrors. Or at the least make peace with them, since they refuse to leave.
So there would be no more of my subjecting innocent and unsuspecting readers to posts of questionable 3am star quality.
Well there was that, and no there would be no further tongue clicking in disapproval over the poor grammar and atrocious punctuation on display. (I know it was you, Mom) I was good with that.
I had nary a cramp nor a twinge of impending writers block. All systems go.
Then I entered the WordPress Blogging 201. It’s the 14 day challenge to help you brand, build and grow your blog. And I want to brand, build, and grow my blog, just as if it were a mutant tomato plant that got overfed on mega-doses of fertilizer.
Not that I have any knowledge in mutant tomato plants or mega-doses of fertilizer. Okay. Not much.
I most definitely have el zilcho experience in blog growing.
As soon as I read the words, “write down 3 concrete goals you want to achieve with your blog…” that was it.
My inspiration and creativity got up and walked, stumbled, okay fine, it limped. But it limped faster than US Airways realization of their oopsie, how’s that?
So moving forward but back to my point, I’m stuck.
CeeLee’s blogging goals
1. Learn how to make and actually use an editorial calendar for blog posts and ideas.
To be able to plan out what I’ll be posting about in the following months. Ahead of time.
2. Consistently publish a pre-written and pre-scheduled, and coherent,(no 3am stars) post-every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.
To start this month and going through to August 31st 2014. *No excuses.
*Excuses: Laptop or the car breaking down and/or possums invading the house.
3. Starting this month til August 31st 2014-I want to spend 30 minutes twice a week to comment.
Yes, I said comment on my followers blogs to let them know I’m not a spammer, a robot, or a snot. Nothing other than me, being me.
I think that’ll do for a good start towards blogging goals.
I’d better get to work on making them happen.