Monday, March 25, 2013

Bloggiesta Wrap-Up


Oy vey, readers.  I did not get much Bloggiesta-ing done at all this weekend!  I had high hopes, but poor Small Fry was up with the sniffles on Friday/Saturday night, and then I had a sore throat by Sunday...all of which led to very little blogging time.  Boo, hiss.

However, I did still manage to take part in one Bloggiesta chat, and visit a whole bunch of new blogs!  That's probably one of the things I love most about Bloggiesta anyway--getting to know some new people in the blog community.  Plus, I am planning to attack my Google Reader/Feedly account today (because I really need to get that organized).  So it wasn't a complete wash.

I hope everyone else had an awesome and productive weekend!

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  1. What I love about these events is that we can do whatever we can manage...and visiting blogs that are new to us is a great benefit.

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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    1. So true. I feel like finding new blogs reinvigorates my own blogging quite a bit.

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  2. One of the coolest things about this event is meeting new bloggers :) I hope your little one is healthy now and that you don't come down with anything!

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    1. Thanks Jen :) Only a sore throat here, nothing I can't handle!

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  3. I focused a lot more on the social aspect of blogging this weekend as well. I hope you feel better soon!

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  4. Awww I'm sorry you guys had the crud visit your house. Get well soon!

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  5. Hopefully Small Fry feels better now. Sick is never fun at all!

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  6. Sending healing thoughts and virtual chicken soup! I'm glad you got to participate in some of the socializing -- that's an important part of the event!

    Joy's Book Blog

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    1. Thanks for the soup! :) Yes, the socializing is half the reason why I love it anyway.

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  7. I'm sorry that you got sick! That's never any fun. I am also sending virtual saltines to go with that virtual chicken soup. I hope you two feel better!

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    1. Thanks for the saltines, y'all are a generous bunch! Haha.

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  8. Hope you and your son feel better soon :) It takes a while to organise the feeds, but it's worth it.

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    1. I agree. I'm about 75% done going through all my subscriptions and I will be SO happy when it's completed!

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  9. I think it's all about what you can accomplish and get done. And I think it's also about figuring out when you can get whatever you didn't get done, done.

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    1. So true Rebecca. Just because the weekend is over doesn't mean I'll stop working on those goals. Maybe by the end of the month?

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  10. Oh, I hope Fry and you feel better soon. I really wanted to join Blogiesta but didn't because there's too much to do and a weekend is so less a time. So I keep doing little things on the blog whenever I get some time. Hope you will do all your goals when you have time.

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    1. Yes, I've realized that I should just make every day a Bloggiesta day, and try to get these things done throughout the year! :)

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  11. It happens. I love events like Bloggiesta because of meeting new blogs. I think that's enough of a win. It is one of the reasons I participate in Dewey's 24 hour readathon, which is coming up. I can't wait.

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    1. Oooh I am so jealous! I wish I knew about the readathon before I had a kid. Now the idea of 24 hrs of reading is a distant dream. LOL.

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    2. I've joined the Dewey's readathon too. for me it will be read as much as I can in 24 hours (cause I got 3 kids!)

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    3. I'm totally impressed that you're doing it with 3 kids around...I have 1 and I know I can't devote enough time! Haha.

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  12. It was nice to meet you during Bloggiesta. Sometimes when I participate I do not get much done and others I rock the list. But at least the times you don't complete it, you still have a list of some things to work on later. :) I find it helpful.

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    1. Nice to meet you as well! Yes, I have been very busy in the week since, it's giving me a nice to-do list to work on.

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