We’re in September already; where did time go? I’m both excited and a bit unsettled because September marks my 3 year anniversary of blogging everyday in September. Blogging is fun until you have to do it on days when it’s the last thing on your mind. I don’t envy myself at all. This year I’ve decided to name the challenge #30DaysOfWriting mainly because I need a reason to write new content. It’s been a minute since I last did so because I’ve allowed life to take over and I also really needed a break.
To get an idea of what the challenges in the past have been like you can read my first Blog Everyday Challenge; this one was absolutely random, I just chose topics from the top of my head. The second one was more structured and had bloggers from across the African continent taking part; #30DayAfriBlogger Challenge. I believe the pieces penned down by Bloggers are making a difference in the world and we should make a conscious effort to share our work.
These are the topics I have in mind so far; if you have any to add please feel free to get in touch or better still add them to the comments section.
- Which side of your family visited often when you were growing up?
- Chores. Who should be responsible for what?
- Dating in an African family.
- What does your name mean?
- To have or not to have kids?
- A tradition that you think should be abolished in your culture.
- What you’re going to change in your own family when you start one or what you’ve already changed?
- 5 local destinations you have been to.
Last year www.afrobloggers.wordpress.com also had their own challenge titled #BlogTember. This year they are riding on the same hash tag but with the theme Africa; Stories from home. You can check out their page to see what other bloggers in Africa are sharing. I know for a fact that when I run out of topic ideas I’m going to join in on their challenge; let me call it a collaboration of sort…
Have you blogged for 30 Days straight before? What were your highs and lows?