What do you mean with “editorial calendar”? I don’t really plan a head. I write when I have something to say. Time is all I have. I can post whenever I feel like it. I don’t need a schedule for that. So this task is a bit useless for me. For some it might be useful tough.
Who knows what might happen to this blog in the future. Life is full of surprises. Never take things for granted. One thing is for sure, this blog will not be about too serious stuff. And again, you never know. The main thing for this blog is what it says in the About me widget. Nothing has changed since Zero to hero challenge. I hope people will continue stalking, um following me. And maybe get some new ones.
According to my statistics, the most liked is this Zero to Hero challenge and day 4, 3 and 5. In that order.
If you haven’t guessed it out already, this post is gonna be about how many likes I’ve got during this challenge. Not that is anything to brag about. I’ve only got some comments but that’s alright. As long as people like what I have to say, that all that matters. I’m not expecting to get any “lively” conversations. How many of those can you get from a blog like mine anyway? Unless someone really disagrees about my tastes.
I don’t really know what kind of things people really want to read about. I write for myself. Just like musician make music or writers write books. For themselves. If someone else likes it, that’s just a plus.
I’ve added a Recent posts widget. I hope I don’t have too many widgets. A mess it the least thing I want.
While the Zero to Hero challenge is coming to and end on Friday, I’m glad it’s over soon. Then again, there’s a little sadness that it ends. There’s been some useful tips and some things I already knew. But all in all, it’s been fun. I don’t know if I’ve got better at writing but at least it’s been regular.
I never go back to things I’ve been writing about. What done is done. I have no regrets. From now on I probably won’t post everyday. But I do have a reason to keep blogging. It’s also a good way, learning better English. Writing has always been my way of expressing myself. Especially when I’m not a very social person. Think first, talk later, is my policy.