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  1. I have always been afraid of NaBloPoMo.. that with small kids, etc, it was more commitment than I can handle. But anyway, I COMPLETELY agree with everything you wrote above. It could practically be me writing it! Good luck!!

    • I am a commitment-phobe, so I get where you’re coming from. I don’t want to feel like I *have* to do something instead of going with the flow, posting when the mood strikes. But I think it could be very good for me. Thanks for the encouragement!

  2. Thanks for the comment, Carrie. I look forward to NaBloPoMo as a chance to connect to other bloggers and get more feedback. As a former English teacher and current administrator, I want feedback on my posts (I do three blogs – the one on the NaBloPoMo blogroll, a weekly Bible study, and professional reflection). Feedback and comments inspire me to write.

    Most of the bloggers I read regularly are ones who commented on mine. I like what I see on yours. Keep up the good work!

    Rusty

    • Thank you, Rusty! You’re very busy–3 blogs! I agree with you that feedback helps feed the creativity–it’s a cycle. It’s much more difficult to continue on when you feel like you’re sending your words into a void, your thoughts out to no one. Thank you for swinging by! I look forward to reading more of your posts!

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