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It's Blogtober Baby

It's Blogtober Baby.

Only I would start a blog the day before Blogtober! I've been meaning to give blogging a go for a while now and after hearing about it from some lovely blogger friends I've met online, I thought I would take the plunge, throw myself into the deep end and see if it's for me. And what better way to start than with Blogtober...

For anyone who hasn't heard of or taken part in Blogtober before, its ultimately a challenge for bloggers to publish a blog post every single day during the month of October. There are no strict rules on topics to cover, its just there to encourage more writing and creativity. 

Some people like to map out what each days blog post will cover before hand, others publish their topic lists on their Day One post, but I will be winging it. I have a few ideas, but haven't actually written anything in advance, giving myself an even bigger challenge, but hey, that's what makes it fun right! 

Love Sophie, MMC x




   
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  1. Oh wow! Go you! What a challenge a new blog and starting Blogtober! Good luck! x

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  2. Good luck with the challenge, looking forward to your posts.

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  3. Welcome to the blogging world! And, good luck with Blogtober!

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  4. well that's one way to start a blog! Once you get into the swing of writing so many posts, you should be flying! Looking forward to learning more and following your blogging journey, the Blogtober community is definitely a good one to get you started x

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  5. I can't wait to see your content!

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  6. Good luck, I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

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  7. Welcome to Blogtober! I have been blogging for many years and, even if I give up at times, I always start again. I'd never heard of Blogtober until a few days ago either, but I think it's just the challenge I need. Good luck on yours! Like you, I also haven't written anything in advance.

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  8. Welcome to Blogtober and to Blogging, you really are jumping in at the deep end, good luck x

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  9. Nothing like throwing yourself in at the deep end! Best of luck with blogtober and blogging in general! x

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  10. Good luck lovely! You are fantastic and slightly mad, jumping right in at the deep end!

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