If it wasn't for Twitter and having my tweets relayed for daily posting, this blog would have very little content since July's Week in the Life Project postings. I still haven't completed the book I am making from my photos and the narratives that I posted on the blog, but it's on my list of things I want to do when I get a little bit more free time.
Over at Reading in Texas, I've been writing frequent posts as a result of the two Read-a-Thons I have been participating in. The first was Dewey's 24-hour Read-a-Thon which takes place twice a year in April and October. The second is Bout of Books, a week-long reading event with challenges and lots of camaraderie on Twitter. That blog, however, has been suffering from similar neglect with only a handful of posts between the April and October Read-a-Thons.
So what's the secret to regular blogging? I really don't know. I find that a particular project like the A-Z Challenge, the Read-a-Thons, and Week in the Life tend to keep me engaged and provide a framework for writing more regularly. With that in mind, I'm challenging myself to blog each day in November using prompts from 30 Days of Lists.