Can you believe it, just like that NaBloPoMo is over again. Every year, I worry what I will be blogging about for 30 days in a row and then I run out of days before I run out of blog ideas. So, there’s that (don’t worry… I’ll just keep blogging whenever the mood strikes, just not quite daily anymore).
I am super-happy I could motivate a few people to join me (thanks Tobia, Stefanie and Katherine) and I was also excited to find that Melisa encouraged her readers to participate in a NaBloPoMo game, where they wrote as much and as often as they could and submitted their links every week for a weekly blog posting round-up! I found some great new blogs that way!
I’ve been kinda bummed that the NaBloPoMo community has been shrinking over the last few years, but I still enjoy the writing exercise every November and I am always happy to find a few others who decide to give it a go! Makes it a little bit easier to keep up with everyone, TBH.
Here’s my list of NaBloPoMo 2020 posts, in case you missed some and want to check them out.
1: NaBloPoMo 2020
2: 5 things you didn’t know about me
3: Halloween 2020
4: It’s not over until it’s over.
5: It’s still not over until it’s over.
6: Five Things Friday Vol. 16
8: Recipe | Creamy Broccoli-Chicken Soup
9: What I read in October
10: Tuesday Topics | What’s the worst fitness advice you’ve ever received?
11: Q&A with San
12: 5th annual Secret Santa (Mug) Swap 2020
13: Five Things Friday Vol. 17
14: November Link List
15: Recipe | Warm and soothing apple cinnamon steel-cut oats
16: Five current pet peeves
17: A few current fall favorites
18: What I bought at Trader Joe’s Vol. 11
19: Currently | November
20: Five Things Friday Vol. 18
21: Letters to the Universe
22: Recipe | Fish Florentine
23: Six new products I tried and loved
24: Tuesday Topics | I am a MudLOVE Wayfinder!
25: Holiday Card Roll Call
26: On Thanksgiving 2020
27: Five Things Friday Vol. 19
28: Our Thanksgiving
29: Recipe | Spritzgebäck (German Spritz Cookies)
30: NaBloPoMo 2020 is done!
Thanks for sticking around this month, and as always, thanks for reading and commenting.