What posts in June? Oh, thooooose thirty posts in June… again. It seems that for the fourth year in a row I’ve climbed aboard the daily blogging train and continued that monumental, multi-year writing effort to string a topic or idea across the vast reaches of years. Each day a new post on a new topic, but on the same blog-per-day topic as last year, creating another set of Those 30 Posts in June. Today, that post just happens to be:
June 11th // Something You Are Doing
It’s a work in progress, and I can’t claim rights to the original idea… but, as usual, I’ve taken my own twist on it and plunged forward.
I was thinking about that the other day and stumbled across this odd little book at the bookstore. It was an empty sort-of journal, with a year’s worth of completely random questions. The questions, for the most part, were not my style. But the idea fit… at least, a blog-esque version of the idea.
Some trial posts later, and a great big list of my own adapted questions (which is still mostly a work in progress, by the way) and the next thing you know I’ve started yet another epic blogging project.
One question, every day, for each day of the year. And the big question is not what is the answer each day, but how do the answers change over a year… two years… five years? It’s a big commitment, but a minute or two of effort each day could have an awesome personal payoff in a few years.
Dig in, play along, whatever… ’cause it’s going to be another crazy ride.