It’s time to get my Bloggiesta on! I know I’m a bit late to the Bloggiesta party, but after moving my blog over to a self-hosted site, it’s time to do a lot of fixing up and reorganizing. I have a lot I need to get done this weekend, like scheduling posts and finally getting my act together. Consistency is the goal! I hope to get a head start on that through Bloggiesta.
Here is my extensive to-do list:
- Get all National Poetry Month posts scheduled for April (13/30 posts)
Write my round up for March’s Read More/Blog More Poetry Event post and publish today
- Write next month’s Read More/Blog More Poetry Event post
- Catch up on reviews, even if that means minireviews!
Get my review directory updated and live Add a subscribe button to my comments (just for you, Trish!)
- Take a good hard look at my categories and tags. See what’s missing. Fix it!
Think about creating buttonsI thought about it, I’m not going to do it Have a dedicated page for long-term reading projects, like The Classics Club and Read-the-World GoodReads widget? Work on SEO and Google Analytics install
Visit other Bloggiesta-participating blogs Participate in a Bloggiesta Twitter chat
- Comment on all the blogs in my blog roll
Comment on all the participants of the Read More/Blog More March event
- Read some books, specifically
Delirium by Lauren Oliver, Chime by Franny Billingsley and Mr. Fox by Helen Oyeyemi
- Create a reading list for April
- Figure out a favicon!
Decide if this background is really doing it for you. If not, pick another background.
- New post ideas
- Blogging projects?
So those are my goals for Bloggiesta! We don’t have a lot planned for this weekend, just some grocery shopping, so I should have plenty of time to get most of this done. Now, let’s get down to business!
(How many of you said, “To defeat the Huns” in your mind? That’s why we’re friends.)