I'm really happy with doing the blogchallenge as it taught me a lot of things about myself and about Jon Bear. We both tried to be thoughtful with our answers which made the blog challenge more meaningful. I can look back on the blog posts and how it captured my thoughts and attitude for this time in my life.
When I first heard of blog challenges, I didn't think Jon Bear and I could do them. They seemed like such a lot of work and I didn't know whether I could post daily. I learnt that I can do it but posting daily is not something that I will continue to do. I just don’t have that drive so I think I’ll stick to the regular posting that Jon and I do is which is a minimum of two posts per month but we usually do more anyway.
Jon and I shared the challenge by alternating days on which to post. He took the evens and I took the odd days. In the end, Jon Bear had to finish the challenge because something unfortunate happened where I could not continue. My dad had a heart attack last week and I have since spent the remainder of the time visiting him in hospital and making sure everything was okay at home. I want to say thank you to Jon Bear to volunteering to finish the challenge despite having a busy life himself. Props to you Jon Bear for being so thoughtful and generous with your time.
Lastly I want to thank to whoever made http://www.whileonthisside.com who has since deleted all their posts. Hopefully they haven’t stop blogging for good. Anyway whoever you are thanks for creating the challenge as it brought a lot of fun and introspection.
And thank you for those that read some of our posts.