Huzzah! The weekend is over, and how did I do?
update About page update Review Index write five reviews prepare for the Fright Fest Read-Along plan out next several ITW Must-Reads explore Google+ participate in at least one Twitter chat
I’d call that a success! Okay, so I didn’t get quite all of my mini-goals accomplished. One of my five reviews is still in draft form and needs some cleaning up (and there was a sixth review I was hoping to get to, but hey, that wasn’t on the list). And I only got as far as the kick-off post for Fright Fest, but technically I did prepare (just not quite as much as I wanted).
I also got some things done that weren’t on my list. I got rid of LibraryThing and BookLikes, and updated my sidebar links accordingly. It was too much work to maintain all three. Plus I never really warmed to LT, and while I initially liked BL and thought it had promise, I’ve just gotten irritated with the way it’s set up.
I also added Instagram after doing Becca’s challenge. And Amanda’s challenge on Google+, while not officially on my list, fit in nicely with one of my goals anyway.
Speaking of Google+, I found how to make my auto-posted blog updates public instead of private, something I’d been wondering about for a while. (Hopefully it works… I guess I won’t know until this post goes live today.)
So yes, overall, a very productive Bloggiesta.
There’s talk of making the Spring Bloggiesta a full week, which personally I think would be fantastic! It’s no secret that weekdays are better for me than weekends (I got lucky this time around). Not to mention, I don’t think it needs to be any extra work… there don’t need to be more challenges or more chats or anything like that… just a longer time period to get stuff done.
Flexibility – it’s a good thing!
Did everyone else have a good weekend? (Bloggiesta or otherwise…)