Chris Shiflett recently wrote a post in hopes of reviving the web industry’s blogging habits. I am taking this as my kick in the pants to finally post something.
You see, I have written many articles since my last post. The problem is, I always feel like I should give some sort of explanation to why I haven’t posted… like a catch up. I then realize that there is just too much to catch up on and I freeze like a deer in headlights.
Over the past year I have been blessed with an overwhelming number of opportunities to do what I love. I have taught new classes, traveled and spoken at new conferences, and designed some of my favorite websites to date.
I am also getting married in May to Jim Jones, my longtime partner in crime who happens to also be an amazing designer. Planning a wedding has turned into the biggest collaborative design project I have ever taken part in. It has provided some great material for blogging. At the very least I promise to share with you some of the things I have learned from DIY designing a wedding over the next month via this blog. I pledge to blog more in 2011.
In Chris’ post he talks a little bit about how twitter is the culprit for many not blogging as much. While I am not positive that is the case for me, I do love blogs. Blogs provide meaningful insights that twitter just can’t. Please blog more. Take the challenge.
Join the Blog Revival.
• Write a post called Ideas of March.
• List some of the reasons you like blogs.
• Pledge to blog more the rest of the month.
• Share your thoughts on Twitter with the #ideasofmarch hashtag.