Thursday, 1 January 2009

NaBloPoMo Day 1 - Changing the Blog

I've signed up to do NaBloPoMo this month.  I'm hoping that a commitment to blog everyday this month through this challenge and some other changes I want to make to this blog will do good things.  I've really not been enjoying this blog over the last couple off weeks but hopefully the challenge and the changes will revitalise this blog (either that or kill it off completely, something I have briefly considered) and I will start enjoying it again.

I don't really want to get into the why I haven't been enjoying it or the details of the changes I plan to make but I wanted to record both things here... at least the existance of them.  And the theme for this months NaBloPoMo is "Change" so it's an apt time to do so.

I hope everyone enjoyed Christmas and has as Happy a New Year as is possible for them.  Both of mine were good, especially the New Years celebration last night with good friends.  I've enjoyed the time to rest and be lazy and celebrate with friends and family.  But I must admit to be glad that time is over now and I can get back into a routine again.  Great as it was I do get fed up after a while when I have long swathes of empty time and I'd just hit that point yesterday morning.


Karen said...

I want to sign up for the challenge too, but I am not sure how to? Can you help please? Good luck with it.

elizabeth said...

I signed up and it was hard but helped me blog every day, I hope you find it a positive experience. I'm sorry you haven't been enjoying it. I have gone through weeks like that, hating the blog. I will try to drop by and support with comments and find out more on the mind of Emma.

Cindy said...

I just found your site last week Emma and I beg you please to not end your blog. I too, am disabled and you are such an inspiration to me. I wish that I could do all the things you do. You have made me realize that I sit and feel sorry for myself. I must get through this depression and your musings bring laughter and happiness to me. Please know that you are touching peoples lives in ways you don't know.
Thank you Emma, please keep writing. You are amazing, and definitly "so much more than that girl in the wheelchair"!!

Ableize disability information said...

I love your rantings in here, just might have to start up a save the 'Writings of a WheelchairPrincess' blog campaign!


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