Pleased to meet you again, I know it’s been a long time since we talked and honestly I’ve been avoiding you a little.
You understand right, waking up with the best intentions to publish a post or edit a draft and somehow life gets in the way. The endless chores – I feel like I spent the majority of the day at the sink,washing, rinse repeat and yet the dishes are never-ending. Or chasing up bills, decluttering and working,relaxing with family, friends then the day is over. Sorry, it’s not intentional but I promise I will change and get posting again.
I’ve made a start by signing up to NaBloPoMo~ National Blog Posting Month and now there’s no going back. National Blog Posting Month is a writing exercise where bloggers are challenged to post daily for the entire month, it is a great way to practise writing and get to know other amazing creators. The beauty of the challenge is there is no word limit, and you can use anything as inspiration for your daily post. I’m looking forward to branching out and experiementing with different formats, word lengths, topics that I’m interested but haven’t mentioned before on this blog. For anyone interested registaration is still open here until November the fifth and you can check up all of the other
victims bloggers that have entered.
In additon to this, I’ve also signed up to the Daily Post Blogging University Course ~Blogging 101 which starts tomorrow, it is daunting to think I will be posting every day this month but I’m confident I can rise to the challenge!
Honestly, I can’t quite work out how I feel or what exactly I will write about, I’m a novice so I would appreciate any advice from more experienced bloggers. Is this your first writing challenge, if not what tips can you give me? I’d love to hear from you.
Please go easy on me November, darling.
Day 1 is over and I’m a wreck already, I’d like my sanity if possible to remain intact for the rest of the month.
Signing off for today, see you tomorrow.
Stephen Merchant famously known as the co-creator of ‘The Office’ makes his West End debut, as a nervous disgruntled Ted who spends more time banging on about the meagre refreshments and quality of the doors in a 2-3 star B&B than laying out his solution for humanity’s salvation. After reading B.F Skinner’s Walden Two found… Continue reading The Mentalist
Following a tremendous run last year, the Headlong production of 1984 returns to the Playhouse theatre for a limited time so hurry and get tickets to watch! I am delighted the play has returned and since as I missed out on a chance to go last year , I’m already planning to go in the… Continue reading 1984 Returns
Scandal ,what a name for a show. No matter who is in charge, there will always be dirty little secrets that are ready to be exposed, there is always someone cast as the wrongdoer and someone painted as the victim. It is an open secret that the elite or the rich have means at their… Continue reading Let’s Talk about Scandal.
Calling all bloggers, tell me please. How long do you spend writing the same post, over and over again. Don’t you feel tired? Trying to make something sound interesting and then grammatically correct and then inputting your own voice is just so tiring. This post, is one I haven’t edited. So you can see how… Continue reading Draft, drafts….
So happy, finally I walk home in sunshine and wake up to blue skies… Well most of the time. Unfortunately I haven’t had time to make the most of this weather, and I’m sure that there are lots of other people missing out too. In order to cheer everyone up, here is what I’ve been… Continue reading Spring has finally arrived!
I will be attempting to watch each Studio Ghibli film released and examining the highlights and how this iconic animation powerhouse has developed over the years. The retrospective kicks off with Grave of the Fireflies, a 1988 animation classic directed and written by Isao Takahata co founder of Studio Ghibli. This animation follows the emotional… Continue reading Grave of the Fireflies