Reviewing NaBloPoMo 2014
November has been a special month full of travels, encounters and, most notably, writing.
For the second time, I’ve participated in the National Blog Writing Month (NaBloPoMo) challenge, which consists of delivering daily posts to my blog. I must admit, I couldn’t quite keep up with the daily schedule due to insufficient internet access on the road as well as a fever that knocked me out for a few days. But I managed to catch up and there now is a total of thirty November posts on aNadventures, one for each day of the month. I don’t know if that counts as successfully accomplishing the challenge but it doesn’t really matter to me. All that matters is that I got to write and that it was a rewarding experience. I also interacted with a lot of fellow bloggers whom I didn’t know a month ago. I’ve found new sources of inspiration and got insights into vast topics that I’m now following with interest and curiosity.
Here’s what I’ve written about throughout NaBloPoMo 2014:
Poetry and creative writing:
- Falling for fall
- A step at a time
- September breeze
- Yoluma devam
- Love and hugs and everything in between
- Wise words from a kitchen wall
- Life is too short to be among moldy tomatoes
- Wise words from the street
- Wise words from an animated monkey
- September Travels: The sweet taste of Berlin
- Exploring Montreal
- October Travels: Who is Lorna?
- Receptiveness: Things that struck me back in Quebec
- November Travels #1: Japanese Noodle Soups in Düsseldorf
- Home is where my keys are
- November Travels #2: Lots of meat in München and Freistadt
- Best Burgers across Germany: A selection
- Tip of my Tongue: To do something one headed
- From Faralya to the Butterfly Valley: To descent or not to descent?
- Turkish Daylights: Dürüm waffle
- Turkish Clock Towers
- The mysterious bit – Part 1
- The mysterious bit – Part 2
- Turkey: It was meant to be
So that was it for NaBloPoMo 2014. If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to speak up. Thank you, as always, for reading my aNadventures and see you around in December!