NaBloPoMo Fail?

I wasn’t able to get to the internet at all yesterday, which means I didn’t post. And that means I failed at the goal of posting every day this month.

Or is that the goal? If “every day in the month” is a method and the actual goal is “30 posts in the month”, then the fact that I’ve also posted more than once on many days more than cancels out missing one day.

I also posted every day in a row for a period longer than 30 days anyway, it just wasn’t the right time to “count” as NaBloPoMo.

I’m still going to post every remaining day this month and try to maintain a similar average pace after NaBloPoMo is over.

2 thoughts on “NaBloPoMo Fail?”

  1. There’s no blogging police, so I say however way you choose to “make up” for this, whether it is an extra post or just shrugging it off is fine. It’s the spirit of it all that really matters 🙂


  2. I missed one too — and, like you, I’ve had a number of days that I posted on all three of my blogs or on two. I needed a breather from it that day and I feel fine about it. For me a lot of the point has been being more involved in the blogging community and that has been very successful — I’m not so concerned with whether I met the daily goal. Sounds like you’ve done an impressive amount of posting so I say, “Good for you!”


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