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Blog Ahead Mini March 2017 – Sign-Up

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
This challenge is hosted by Anna over at Herding Cats & Burning Soup and is all about getting some posts done and scheduled in advance, about getting a bit of a buffer for your blog and yourself, ´cause sometimes blogging can become a bit overwhelming and stressful.

So having some posts already done can give you the space you probably need for things that come up out of the blue. And with the support of other bloggers, it promises some fun along the way.





I am very late with my signing up for this - I know -, but nonetheless, I want to see if I can do this time a bit better.
I have no clue how this challenge will turn out for me, or if I will reach my goal of 15 – but I guess it´s worth a try. And since I heard that it would make a blogger life much easier and can be at some point a real life saver, I look forward to it.


Details


The challenge starts on March 1 & ends on March 15


Goal

The goal is schedule an additional 15 posts during the challenge. On Day 1 of the challenge look at your number of scheduled posts. Add 15 to that. That is the number of posts you should have finished at the end of this challenge.


What counts

Any type of post counts! It just has to be a completed post. The only stipulation is it must go live AFTER the challenge ends in order to count.



Happy writing




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Vi@GoneWithTheBooks

I am Vi, forty-something, avid reader, blogger and painter who loves to talk and write about books. A day without one in my hands is a wasted one. Skilled florist with a degree in writing - oh yes, that works.

2 comments:

  1. I signed up the same day you did, so don't feel bad! I don't usually finish this challenge, but even a few scheduled posts are better than nothing, right? Good luck!

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    1. You are soooo right! Thanks for stopping by.

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