30 Days of Content: How I Did It — 25 Comments

  1. Congrats to you! I admit I kept seeing your posts and was thinking “she’s on a roll”!! Just means I have lots to catch up on when I get at a good point with my unpacking and sorting (STILL!!). I am hoping to do a similar challenge next month but may change it to November. My thought is I will have a 3 day weekend for Columbus Day and can really brainstorm during that time.

    Guess you have thrown down the gauntlet!!!

  2. Jenny, you are amazing and it’s hard to believe all the stuff you are involved in. It wears me out just thinking about it! Keep up the good work!

  3. Wow Jenny – I am very impressed. It always takes me so long to write just one post that I am always gobsmacked when it is suggested that you write several in one day and schedule them. I think perhaps I write too much in one post and need to write shorter posts! I giggled when I read your line that forms are like crack for genealogists. I need to go and look for those posts now!!

    • I know the feeling, Alex. I have started breaking my long posts into a series of shorter ones (which creates more content in the process). It’s easier to write these all at one time (so you don’t forget where you left off) and then break them up and schedule ahead. It feels like killing 497 birds with one stone.

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