Earlier today, Kev posted an update to the #100DaysToOffload challenge on his blog. The TL;DR version is that, for reasons that make sense to me, and I generally agree with, instead of 100 posts in 100 days, the challenge will now be 100 posts in a year.
So, what does that mean for my own blog?
My current plan is to continue with the challenge, and specifically with the 100 days/100 posts version. While it is true that only a handful of the posts end up being of much quality, I’ve noticed that I am thinking about blogging more throughout my day, and I think that in general the habit that I’m forming of at least attempting to write a post a day is good for me.
However, that being said, I will only be posting 2-3 of my blog posts per week to social media, specifically the ones that I think are of higher quality and would be interesting to people outside of friends and family. If you’re interested in seeing EVERYTHING that I post, I recommend subscribing to my RSS feed. Otherwise, keep an eye on my Fosstodon page, where I typically link to blog posts that I feel the community will be interested in.
I’m publishing this as part of 100 Days To Offload (Day 19/100). You can join in yourself by visiting https://100DaysToOffload.com.