This post marks the last day of my 100-day blogging challenge.
With 99 posts behind me, the total of just over 1000 unique visitors from almost 50 countries, and a good amount of analysis and self-reflection, here is my conclusion.
In short, starting a personal blog was one of the best decisions I’ve made. It’s been hard at some points, but mostly it was fun, fulfilling and educational. I’ve learned a lot.
Therefore, the decision regarding the next step was an easy one. I’m continuing to blog, on a regular schedule, but I’m scaling back on the intensity.
Instead of blogging every single day, I’m going to be publishing two posts per week, every Tuesday and Thursday.
The newsletter that I’m sending to my private list will be mailed on a monthly basis (versus the current weekly schedule).
All of that will enable me to keep the consistency, while at the same time giving me more time to work on every single post. The focus will be quality, over quantity.
Additionally, this new schedule will free up some of my time so I can focus on other important projects, including a podcast about creative professionals which will launch later this year.
If you have been following even a mile of my blogging journey, I sincerely want to thank you for your attention and generous feedback. As always, if you have any thoughts, comments or questions, please let me know (I respond to all the messages I get).
In case you missed some of these, here’s a collection of the most popular posts to date.
Thank you, and see you on Thursday!