My 30 Day Challenges is No More

When Jason and I started a blog together a few years ago we had some fun ideas.  What could you accomplish in 30 days?  We did a few together (a documentary a day being one) and Jason teaching himself the piano in 30 days was my all-time favorite.  My favorite personal challenge was my very first one and one I still do every September, read a book a day.  I also did write a novel in 30 days and haven’t looked at it since.

Anyway, it just never turned into what we had envisioned it to be.  It kind of sat there taking up too much space in my head.  When it came time to renew the domain name today I chose not to do it.  I don’t regret letting all of the good stuff go poof! in the night along with the rest.  It’s not where I’m at right now and it’s not how I want to be spending my time.

But, I will be moving some challenges over here, most specifically my September book a day challenge.  But now that I’m homeschooling Gage I don’t have time to read a book a day, not even a short one, so we’ll be posting reviews of the books we finish every day with Gage being responsible for most of the content.  These are mainly going to be picture books but they’ll be others too.  Going from book to blog is going to be a part of his homeschool this month so we’ll see how he progresses.  He excited to participate here, among friends.  See you in the morning with our first post!

One thought on “My 30 Day Challenges is No More

  1. Diane says:

    Ambitious pursuits Stacy. I’ll be looking forward to seeing what Gage reads – you two always pick some good ones. I’ve shared several with my daughter for her 8 year old.

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