As I said in my 2021 wrap up post, I found I enjoyed answering the weekly Journal Question I posted (mostly) on Friday’s. For 2021 I thought I would do something similar. This year I am going to follow a list that is a little different.
It’s a little hard to explain what this list is about, except to say it will push my comfort zone in a different way to the 2020 list. The 2020 list was a bit more about me, the 2021 list is a bit more about using my blog.
Doesn’t sound that exciting, does it?
But I hope you will enjoy what the list has to offer, and what I will offer because of it. Plus I wanted something very different to last year.
Shed the stress.
To start the weekly posts the list asks what you are stressed about in tackling the list and to write about it.
I had to scan the list to work out what might stress me (last year I tried not to read ahead so I was writing fresh). I saw a few words that stood out that have me a little worried.
There are a few weeks that will require me to learn some new skills to be able to post, and some others that will really push my comfort zone. I think I am more anxious about those pushing my comfort zone than learning a new skill.
Learning a new skill just needs time (okay, I am a bit short on that, but I’ll get there), while comfort zone means feeling awkward and self-conscious. Let’s see if you can pick those weeks!
Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone is one way to learn and grow, though, so maybe it will end up having a positive effect on me while (fingers crossed) giving you something fun to read. I hope you enjoy my weekly posts as I work my way through the topics.
Have you ever followed a list of topics for your blogging endeavours?