Book Blogger New Year’s Challenge – Day 10 (New Things I’ll Be Doing This Year)

Posted January 10, 2014 by Melissa in Novel Notions | 9 Comments

New Year's Challenge

Rachel at Parajunkee is hosting a great New Year’s Challenge 

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Day 10 – New Things I’ll Be Doing This Year

1.  Not take it all so seriously.

2.  Trying to schedule ahead.

3.  Connect/socialize more with other bloggers.

4.  Post more reviews/discussion posts (even if I feel they aren’t “perfect”).

5.  Trying to attend more signings/events!

 What about you??


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9 responses to “Book Blogger New Year’s Challenge – Day 10 (New Things I’ll Be Doing This Year)

  1. Kim

    Not taking things to serious is a good one. There have been times when I have gotten so aggravated at myself and yeah others due to just simply opinions… we do have a right to our own and others have a right to theirs. I love what I am doing and I know others do as well so that is all that matters.
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  2. I attend a lot of signings and events, so no problem there, but the rest I would like to work on. I need to remember that the sky won’t fall if I don’t comment every single day on blogs. Lately that has been something I find myself stressing about but since it’s not really THAT important it’s one thing I sometimes have to cut out. I can always make up for it later, it’s not a big deal. But it’s hard to let it go.
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  3. I haven’t attended many book or author events. I work full time and my kids have me driving everywhere. I love that idea though. I’m going to see if I can attend one or two events this year as well. I would love to expand my horizons in this way.

  4. Relax and have fun. When in doubt, use sarcasm. When in doubt with a stranger, use smileys. Smileys are awesome like that. Even if you say something mean, the person thinks that you mean it in the best way possible or you mean the exact opposite of what you said.

    Like: Your coffee cup is ugly. 😛 <– See, see? The smiley made it all better!

    I don't know what this actually has to do with you post now, but my brain said that there is some relation. I think I need coffee. Oh, yeah… #1. You said not to take it seriously. Or yourself. Or someone. Seriously. Not to be confused with Severus or Sirius, who are both not serious.

    K… *backs away slowly, then runs away*

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