100 Days of Blogging

Recently, while listening to the podcast "Elise Gets Crafty," hosted by the awesome Elise Joy, I was introduced to The Great Discontent's 100 Days Project. The Project asks, essentially, "what can you do or create with 100 days?" And you can do a lot of things. I can, too.

The list of things that I can do over 100 days is pretty large. Everything from continue to grow this baby, to set up a nursery, to KonMari the house, or just finish the trellis out in our backyard. All things I intend to do over the next 3.5 months of the year. I've already started with the KonMari, which is a post to come. It's pretty easy to KonMari your clothing when you cannot button the majority of your pants. 

When I really thought about what I would want my 100 days to be about,well, it came down to wanting to create and wanting to write. And I thought about my One Little Word for 2015, and how it is "Grow." And well, I'm already doing quite a bit of growing. One part of that is kicking along inside of me as I type (more on that, again, later). 

One of the unwritten portions of that goal as my word for the year was to grow this here little blog. To make it a better space on the internet. To focus topics and to get down to the nitty gritty. I wanted to do more Behind the Blog time. And I have. But not nearly as much as I'd like. 

So why do I tell you this? Because I need to commit. Publicly. I cannot make this blog what I want it to be without you. And without you - my dear readers - I wouldn't have a blog to come to. So what will I be doing with my 100 days?

Writing. Here. On this blog. 

Every day. For 100 days. Starting September 14th. This gets me blogging daily until around December 23rd. I want this to be a habit. Something I do, without hesitation, every day. Not all the posts I share will be long. Or great. But they'll be a start. 

For this project, I'll be reopening comments as well. Feel free to comment, join in, or follow along with me here, on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #100daysofblogging. I hope you'll follow. I promise you won't be disappointed.