13 responses to “What I’ve Learned From the 2011 Blogathon”

  1. Alison Law

    Jan, these are good lessons, especially #1. You have much to offer, so keep blogging. Just not every day! ๐Ÿ™‚ Alison

  2. Jennifer Fink

    I like suggestion #3! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Here’s what I’ve learned from *not* participating in the blogathon this year: The blogathon goes by much more quickly when you’re not responsible for generating content day in and day out.

  3. Jackie Dishner

    This is your second year, right, Jan? I’d be curious to know your thoughts about how it was different this year from last.

  4. Julie

    Regarding #3, I never thought your posts were “blue” at all so consider that problem solved. As for moving you from Oregon…well, there’s plenty of houses for sale here in the Midwest. I warn you though that the summers are brutally humid here! ๐Ÿ˜‰ And as for #5, I just want you to know that I loved reading your posts and I read all 31 of them. You definitely encouraged me!! It’s been a pleasure reading your blogs and although I haven’t tried a green smoothie yet, I still plan to. Just having difficulties with putting lettuce in the blender…oh and after reading Tara’s blog about the bug lady and her cooking worms..ugh…my stomach is still trying to regroup from that one! I’ll be back to visit your blog often…you can count on it!!!

  5. Kate @ Teaching What Is Good

    Great insights!! I agree with Julie, your posts have been very encouraging to me!! This has been very fun and very tiring! But I’m so glad I did it and will look forward to next years.

  6. Lisa

    Great getting to know you better, Jan, and thanks for all your support.

  7. Tammy Ellingson

    Jan, thank you so much for telling me about this blogathon and for answering my tech-deficient questions! You inspire me in so many ways; thank you!

  8. Alexandra Grabbe

    Always enjoyed visiting your blog, Jan, during the Blogathon. I love the new design of your site.

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