Blog 365 Days – 2015| Highs & Lows

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I have been thinking for awhile about daily blogging. While I know I don’t have the time in my day to write out long blog posts everyday but I do have time to jot a few things down to share with you. For 2015 I am challenging myself to blog 365 days. Yes everyday for an entire year. These daily blog posts will feature a high and a low for the day and a photo. I am also challenging myself to take a photo everyday so that I can a. document life and b. improve my photography skills (or lack there of). I haven’t committed (or discussed this with Neil yet) but I am hoping to also do blog 365 days over on Naturally Family with parenting highs and lows for each day. 

These blog 365 day posts will be in addition to the regular posts you see now (food, fitness, lifestyle). So here it is goal one of the new year and I am excited to take it on! Anyone interested in joining me? 


  1. Good for you! I don’t think I could do it with my blog (if I had a personal or lifestyle blog maybe, but not a book blog), but I did do NaBloPoMo this year and it really helped me get the momentum up and going again!

    • I know right? I feel like it will help me get back to more personalized posts to go along with the fitness, food, lifestyle and sponsored posts. Plus I look forward to going back and reading everything at the end of the year.

  2. Quite a challenge! I think a goal of one Instagram photo a day would be fun since they are like mini blog posts in themselves. I’ve found for myself that I keep my energy for blogging and keep my quality up when I post at least 2 times per week (although it used to be much more often). It’s great to get into a routine that works for you!

  3. I love giving myself a challenge, too! This is a great one and I think you’re setting it up for success with a simple format that’s a) measurable and b) attainable. Also, for the photography side, this is a great chance to really push the limits (something that I need to do) to take pictures of the interesting rather than the given. I’m excited to see where this takes you. 🙂

  4. Oh my gosh I’m impressed by your ambition! This is something I’d like to do, but I’ve learned that I don’t do as well with cut and dry rules in my life. Veganism made me more unhappy than healthy, for example. I’ll be cheering you on from the sidelines (and my, ah, less frequent posts).

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