Kwoka is still in Tokyo so the rest of gang is here to talk about the Spring Season! What shows have clawed their way up from humble beginnings and which shows have stumbled and tripped on the fast track to success?
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WELL, CHAVVY TITLE, IT JUST SO HAPPENS THAT I AM STARTING SOMETHING!
I wanted to bypass the awkward baby-blog phase and so I decided to actually map out what I was going to post about before I posted about it... A novel idea for me indeed. Many people break into their new blogs by posting. This dude I know does this 'post every day for a month' deal, but actually when you read his posts they are there, but they really lack any sort of inspiration and you leave feeling like you've wasted your time.
So what is a newbie to do?
I've settled for taking a generic 100 theme challenge which is generally used as art prompts, but instead of doing something artyI'm just going to make blog posts that in some obscure way relate to the themes. I hope that by the end of this I'll have settled into some sort of a blogging style. I've decided to have new posts every Tuesday and Thursday so that I can start falling into a sort of a routine. So if I can keep this up, then I should be covered for blogging topics until some time next year. The themes will happen in a random order, but here is the list:
A long time ago I watched the TV-Show The Buried Life. It is an amazing show about a bunch of dudes that decided to go for it at start checking off their Bucket Lists. I decided to make my own. Ever since I have been working on crossing off items, my race against time and myself does not get easier from me constantly adding new items.
This Blog will keep you updated on my successes an failures (so far there's been a few, some of them even combined). I hope I will be able to Hyperlink the List so it will have link to blogposts as they pile up. I'll try to keep a weekly posting schedule so potential readers get their crack and inspiration and I keep myself going.
Well, here goes, the List as per April 18th 2014:
1. Build a House
2. Win a Freestyle Rap Competition