|On my calendar, I input my blog entry titles.|
When I first started blogging this year, I asked my husband to purchase a monthly planner for 2011. In it, I have logged in what I wanted to write. For this month, I have erased some entries from the blogging prompts if something of high interest came up in life. That is why I have an eclectic mix of topics that I have blogged about thus far.
I have been enjoying my blogging. I have also been frustrated at times, when I knew what I wanted to say but had to think it over before hitting the "post" button. I am glad to be writing because I have been practicing. My writing is also having a positive impact on teaching my teens how to write. Writing is also allowing me to vent when necessary.
Blogging is allowing me to be more creative. I like taking pictures relating to what I will be writing about. I get to combine an image to words. I am enjoying that new aspect that I started to include in this month of February. I hope to continue using pictures in March, too.
Of course, I cannot go on without saying that I actually started a more formal blogging site this month, here at Blogging With Goodly Intentions. It was fun to come up with a name, too. What name could sum up what my reason for blogging was? That's when I realized what it should be. I wanted to have versatility within my blogging to include topics of interest to me and my readers.
In the future, I might focus more on educational and/or homeschooling posts. I want to address the idea of homeschooling in the high school years as I learn along the way. There is already plenty of information out in the internet about home educating in the lower grades. I think more needs to be put out for the higher grades, though. I do hope to contribute to society whatever nuggets of wisdom I can impart in that arena.
What about you, my readers? Is there some topic you think I could research or discuss in my blog? Don't be shy. Just please be reasonable and nice with your requests. Okay?
God bless you all, my beloveds, with His perfect peace.