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Reviewing NaBloPoMo 2015

© aNadventures

© aNadventures

I’ve been procrastinating to write this post tonight. It’s the last one of this year’s NaBloPoMo series and that makes me feel a bit nostalgic.

Even though blogging on a daily basis for the last thirty days has been quite challenging, it has, once again, been a very rewarding experience. Coming up with a topic to write about hasn’t always been easy and on several days I’ve been exhausted after work and other daily obligations, just wanting to stumble into bed. Yet, the will to carry on has been stronger and I’m proud of having achieved this challenge. In case you’ve missed any of my recent posts, here’s what I’ve been posting throughout November 2015:


La vie

Where’s the fun?

Flying elephants


In love with life

Monday chicken

Woolly hat


Treats from my kitchen


Spaghetti alla puttanesca


Messing it up in Turkish

Turkish Daylights: Dates in your wallet

Istanbul in flow motion

Turkish Daylights: Coffee reading

Take your time or the devil will interfere

Turkish Daylights: Salep

Graffiti & wisdom

Never give up

Wise words from a coffee shop

Love is the key

Be yourself and get surprised

Wise words from a chocolate lover

Wise words from Lisboa


La Alhambra: Ornate beyond words

The Victory Column in Berlin

The tea trio

Zürich in autumn


My grandma

Going the extra mile

I’m surprised about how much poetry I wrote. It just seemed to flow out of me. Some things just needed being said, apparently. Let me know if there’s a post you particularly liked or if there’s a subject you’d be interested to read more about.

Thank you all for having been part of this journey. Reading your own blogs, your comments and ideas has inspired and encouraged me to carry on each and every single day of this November month. Thank you for passing by, for reading, commenting on and following my aNadventures. See you around in December!

From → Random

  1. Hihiihhi, thank you for the giggle. I see that this is an old post, but I just finished my first NaPoWriMo and since I also don’t finish things often, I feel quite proud.

  2. Dear Manja Mexi Movie, I’m glad you liked this post. Congratulations on your NaPoWriMo accomplishment as well! You can be proud of yourself. 🙂

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