Mission Accomplished: 30 Day Blogging Challenge Done

30 Day Blogging Challenge #30daybloggingchallenge

 

Well, I did it! I finished the 30 Day Blogging Challenge from Sarah Arrow at Sark e-Media. I split my posts between my counseling website and this new site Social Work Supervision & Coaching. This was a real accomplishment for me. Before the 30 Day Blogging Challenge, I was blogging 3-4 times per month. It feels great to set a goal and achieve it.

So, what did I get out of the 30 Day Blogging Challenge?

  1. Accountability – I know that I do much better when I have accountability. I signed up for the challenge and made the commitment to a whole group of people.
  2. Fabulous blogging advice from Sarah Arrow – I’ve just been learning about blogging as I go. It really helped to get Sarah’s daily tips and resources. She shared an awesome list of blog topics. I learned how to create a link up (I was quite impressed with that one!). I learned about the power of comments, key words and great content.
  3. Connecting with other bloggers – Through the 30 Day Blogging Challenge Facebook group, I connected with other motived bloggers. I found lots of great resources to share and new ideas.
  4. Pride – I’m definitely proud of myself for stepping up and getting this done.
  5. New habits – I’m not only writing more often, but more quickly. I don’t expect to keep writing at this pace, but I’m in the habit of spending some time on it everyday.
  6. Content and traffic – Obviously one of the main reasons to do a blog challenge is to create new content and traffic on your website.

Whether you’re already a blogger or have been wanting to start, I suggest you sign up for the 30 day blogging challenge. It’s free! And I know you’ll feel great about you learn and accomplish.

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Sharon Martin has a passion for clinical supervision, mentoring new social workers, blogging, and reading all things social work related. She is a California Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years in the field. Sharon has worked extensively in Bay Area non-profits and successfully runs a private counseling practice in San Jose. Sharon writes regularly for PsychCentral and the Good Men Project. She's also the author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism.

2 Comments

  1. April 28, 2015    

    Woohoo! Well done for completing your challenge. It really is a great challenge and I absolutely agree with all the things you get from doing it.

  2. April 28, 2015    

    CONGRATULATIONS!!! Well done for completing the challenge. I’m only on day 6 but I’ve already learned so much. Xo

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