NHBPM – Happy Thanksgiving

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This post was written as part of NHBPM – 30 health posts in 30 days: http://bit.ly/vU0g9J

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11 comments

  1. Thanks for your entry thats a great ending to turkey week — or as my father called it, “the who beast” ala Dr. Suess.
    You’re doing great in the NHBPM – 30 health posts in 30 days.
    (((((hugs))))) to keep you going til Nov. 30!

    1. Thanks. I actually have the remaining posts done and scheduled. I’ve always had a few ready to go, I would not have been able to do it otherwise. There were a couple of times this month where I wasn’t feeling that great and wasn’t on the computer so having some done was a lifesaver. It’s been an interesting challenge but I’m not sure if I’ll do it again. Doing 2 or 3 prompts a week is more my speed.

      1. Even having some posts done ahead of time didn’t save me…this month has just been too much.
        I really think they should do this in a less busy time of year…but who am I to say. : )

        I was doing great with the create something every day…but I really wanted to do something every day…and the past week or so, I just haven’t been able to.

        I’ve worked on a few projects here and there, but haven’t posted in a while.
        It takes time to scan everything. I need to figure out an easier way to do that.

        I’m so very proud of you!!!!
        you had a goal, and you completed a challenge (I know they aren’t all posted…but you’ve done it!)
        You are so great!!!
        wendy

  2. Thank you. It feels great to have finished it.

    You know, you are not the first person to say it should be held at a different time of the year. I’ve seen others involved in the challenge say the same thing and even suggest January or February. People are relaxing, recuperating and paying the bills from the holidays. And if you live in a snowy or cold climate, you’re probably staying in much more as well. I don’t know, maybe because they’re all based on the novel writing challenge in November, part of the challenge is to stay that focused and complete what you started. January or February still gets my vote for the blog.

    1. Mine too! Especially February, I always need a jolt in Feb. Even though I live in a milder climate, winter is still winter here, and by Feb. I’m ready for something different…perhaps a challenge is just what I’d need. maybe I should just do it….I’d still be accomplishing a goal…so yay for that!

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