Celebrations (1 of 5)

Well, I’m coming up upon 1 year of consistent blogging… So I thought I would celebrate by looking over the past year of my life, and sharing my most popular posts from this past year… Some of these are the posts that have been viewed the most, and some are the ones that meant the most to me…

Today’s post is titled Experiments and is from March 2nd, when I talked about the first big change on my blog since I started blogging, and my viewpoint on everything I do…

For those of who don’t know, I work for and attend Gap Community Church. One of the many things I like about it is how we are very clear that everything we do is an experiment and in motion. You can pretty much guarantee that everything we do will change fairly constantly.

This attitude of experimentation I’ve found to be something that is useful to have in life too. It makes you feel ok when things don’t work out like you would like, or you don’t feel bad when you have to change things or end things. It makes it ok to make mistakes/mess up.

That being said, I want to talk about some changes coming up with my blog here.

First, I’m finding that 3 days a week is a lot to post for me right now with how busy I am and without a laptop to do it on. So I’m going to be cutting down to 2 days a week. I feel like that this will be more manageable and I will be better about posting more consistently…

Second, I’m finding the days I was posting on were not the best days. For example, for me to post on a Wed, I had to write it on a Tues, my single busiest day of the week. So my posting days are going to be on Tues and Thurs now, so I can write on Mon and Wed, days where I can actually make time to write…

So there you have it. I’m tweaking my experiment, and going to continue experimenting. I will continue to mess up, but that’s ok, it’s an experiment!

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