So welcome to 2020.
Having learnt from last year’s aims, which turned out to be too ambitious, this year I only intend to keep up with the weekly reading project and monthly writing project posts. Anything else will be a bonus.
Looking back at last year, I had 81 posts over the year, which is only one more than 2018, which wasn’t a full year of blogging. That’s a definite drop in frequency, I think mainly because I posted a lot less poetry. I didn’t write much poetry after the beginning of last year, though, but I hope to write more this year. And I will try hard to put the weekly and monthly posts out on time.
So, on to the future, at one second per second.
© bardofupton 2020
This is a post to list the words I’ve used for this project. It will be updated monthly.
- Inchoate – November 2018
- Unicorn – December 2018
- Improve – January 2019
- Winged – February 2019
- Scar – March 2019
- Voice – April 2019
- Truth – May 2019
- Energy – June 2019
- Grinding – July 2019
- Pocket – August 2019
- Doll – September 2019
- Dark – October 2019
- Wall – November 2019
- Conversation – December 2019
- Alien – January 2020
© bardofupton 2019
Happy new calendar year, for those of you on the Gregorian calendar!
And happy random day for the rest of you!
It seemed like an appropriate time to review what’s been going on with the blog, and maybe make some plans for this year.
I relaunched the blog on 2 July 2018, and I’ve written 82 blog posts since then, not including this one. That’s about 13-14 a month, or 3-4 a week, which I think is pretty good going – at least for me with my track record of abandoning things.
I started and have managed to continue my reading project, and have made a good start on the writing project. The favourite poems posts have been on a bit of a hiatus, but I hope to have some more of those later this year. Aside from that, I have a photography series of posts I’d like to do, but I need to actually take the photos!
There will also be some more of my longer, rambling identity or cancer-related posts, and I definitely intend to continue the Inkwarriors series. And there’ll be poetry, of course.
So I hope 2019 will be an interesting year on the blog.
© bardofupton 2019