July 2015: What I Love + Blogging 201: Get Read All Over

Because I knew exactly what I was going to be raving about in July, I decided to get a head-start and write parts of this post in June.

Guess what I’ve been loving this past month?

It’s none other than Camp NaNoWriMo. Imagine confetti and fireworks and balloons and streamers everywhere. It’s a party every day at my place.

Here’s why:

Camp NaNo and NaNoWriMo in general means I write more than usual on a consistent basis. 

The more the better. Consistency never hurt anybody. 

Other writers are going to attempt the task of finishing a novel.

Not an easy task, let me tell you.

It’s fascinating to hear about everyone else’s experiences.

Tell me your stories.

Even if you don’t reach your word count, you’re still a winner in my books.

Doesn’t that count for something?

If you write something, you’ll have more than you started with.

Go you.

Damage has been done. Look at my desktop before. I didn’t take a screenshot prior to July. I just moved all the files to one side today. Then I took a picture of with all the files, one for each day of Camp so far. 

Before And After Of My Desktop-Camp NaNoWriMo 2015

The file for day 22 hasn’t been created yet because I haven’t written today.

As you can see I also don’t have a title for my novel, not even a working one.

Today’s assignment:

Make sure your site is mobile-friendly, and familiarize yourself with the features of responsive design.

Mine is.

What about yours?

I hope you’re having a wonderful day. Or night.

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