If my commitment to NaBloPoMo for the month of January was based on my desire to become a better writer in 2012, and signing up again in February was all about an ongoing need for self-discipline, my decision to participate once again in March may be summed up in a single word:
After nearly two full months of once-daily blog posting (actually, more than that, some days, if you count the posts in my other active blog), I’m finding that a day just doesn’t feel right unless I write.
Writing daily means that, among so many other benefits, I am learning more and more to be mindful, to expand my horizons, to count my blessings, to find meaning in memories. Writing daily is introducing me to new friends and making me welcome in various excellent online communities of writers. Writing daily is slowly developing in me a depth, a discipline, a level of commitment I wasn’t aware I possessed.
Yes, I’m definitely signing up for another month of NaBloPoMo.
How about you?