WordPress Post A Week 2011 Challenge

In order to keep myself on track with blogging this year, I’ve committed to the WordPress Post A Week 2011 Challenge.  Haven’t heard of it?  Click that link for the details; in sum it’s a way for bloggers to step up and say I WILL WRITE MORE.  I WILL DO IT.  NO I AM NOT GOING BACK UPSTAIRS TO BED.

The challenge asks that participants announce their intent publicly on their blog (likely so your readers can hold you accountable).  So here goes.  I, Dishy, of The Daily Dish do solemnly swear that I will uphold the principles put forth in the WordPress Post a Week 2011 Challenge.  I promise to write at least one blog post per week — but if I get too busy and miss the deadline by a handful of days, that is okay too.  At the end of 2011 I should have 52 new posts.  Or more.  Amen.

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20 thoughts on “WordPress Post A Week 2011 Challenge

  1. I can’t get enough of you, Christy! And please don’t forget that I’m still waiting to see a blog about the treasures you found in your attic or elsewhere in your mansion.

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  2. I think I should take up this challenge, but I’m afraid I’ll fall short and won’t be able to uphold my end of the deal.
    Either way, I’ll enjoy reading your weekly posts. 😉

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  3. You do realize that your inspiring home improvement miracles nudge me and the muffin to get-er-done with projects at the Love Bungalow. We love those posts! (He does too! He doesn’t comment but he definitely oohs and aaahs.)

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    1. HAH! Hayden, that is so nice to hear. Sometimes I wonder whether these home improvement posts cause more fear than anything. WHAT ARE THEY DOING?? WHERE ARE THE RESPIRATORS? AHHH!! I am honored to inspire greatness in others. and look forward to posting more DIY adventures soon (well. after tax refund anyway!) XO

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    1. Is that a cry for help Tooty??! (Just kidding) I think frequent writing and posting is wonderful. I wish I had time for more. Winter chores are never done! The fire alone takes half the day..

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