1 Nov 2013

November!

Writing for National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) 2013


November this year is a super busy month. On the social front, on the writing front, on every conceivable front! 

November is National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo). As a participating blogger, you are expected to write and post on your blog every day for the whole month. 

I have decided to take on this challenge, and have signed up with Vonnie's lovely linky. 

Starting today, we are celebrating Diwali, the festival of lights. So for the next five days there will be a lot cooking, cleaning, decorating and a general sprucing up the C residence. Not to mention entertaining and being entertained. All with a tot in tow. 

My next few posts are more than likely to be Diwali-themed, sharing all the things we get up to during this festive season.

As if that was not enough, November is also National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo. The good people at Grammarly have organised a group novel writing initiative. And I, in all my wisdom, have signed up for this as well! I have been assigned to chapter 10, and my writing day is the 2nd of November.

Oh, and did I mention getting orgainsed for Christmas? I haven't even made a presents' list yet! And we need a new tree this year.  

Talk about it all happening at once! I am quite excited and really looking forward to the next few days of fun, creativity and a little bit of madness.

P.S - My fellow NaBloPoMo bloggers, please feel free to wander around my 35-odd posts. All blog-loving is welcome and much appreciated. A particular favourite is 25 Ways to Exercise for a SAHM.

8 comments:

  1. Hi there, will you be posting about you Diwali cooking?

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    1. I will be Ellen. A couple of things at least. Watch this space :-)

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  2. Lovely post Vaidehi - happy Diwali! I'm looking forward to reading more xx

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    1. Thank you Vonnie. Will do get round to it soon x

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  3. What a challenge you have set for this month. Good luck.

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    1. Thank you! I hope I come out smiling at the other end x

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  4. Lovely post. You are going to be busy this month. Happy Diwali!

    Laura x x x

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    1. Thank you Laura. I am soldiering on :-D xx

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