Blogging challenge / #100DaysToOffload

Over the years I’ve been set or have set myself a blogging challenge, like #Blideo, #Blimage, and #TwistedPair, which are all part of a wider challenge that was started and shared across Twitter, and my own challenges which ended up being published as #EdTechBook and #EdTechRations or resulted in me gaining my CMALT certificate.

Here’s another challenge that has piqued my interest – #100DaysToOffload. Thanks to Doug Belshaw for showing me the way:

“The rationale behind the whole thing is to challenge people to publish 100 posts on their personal blog in a year. That’s approximately 1 post every 3.5 days. The point of #100DaysToOffload is to be a relaxing and cathartic experience. Not a worrisome affair where you’re thinking of things to write all the time.”

So, this post, #1, introduces the challenge (yes, I’m cheating) but more to follow, some of which may be work-related, some may be film or book or ‘life’ related. Some may be interesting and others may be a rant (or two). Kids will feature, as will kittens/cats, Lego, music, etc.

Of course, this will also take me over the 1,000 blog post mark for my blog if I complete it .. this itself is #968!!

Feel like joining in?

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