I guess technically it would be BEDA 2012 Part II considering people also do it in April. I mean, I’ve always “failed” it. I define failing it for myself as:
- just dropping it altogether
- getting bored and having crappy, pointless blogs because of it
- just scheduling posts
This time around I don’t really see anything wrong with me:
- scheduling posts if I know FOR SURE I won’t be able to blog said day(s)
- just missing a few days instead of dropping it altogether
- using posts from my drafts instead of writing some lame topic
because at least then I’m not just dropping it altogether, and as long as I blog more than usual, I think that that should count for something, right? I wouldn’t totally be failing myself if I stuck to my second list, methinks. I mean, I’d rather have the feeling of accomplishing actually finishing it for once rather than just continuously dropping it because I grow tired of it and/or just feel like I’m lame for doing it.
I want that accomplishment for completing it, even if it may seem like a lame accomplishment/lazy way of “accomplishing” it for others. I think it’ll help me.
Who knows? Maybe it’ll boost my self-esteem a little and/or the confidence I lack in myself.
I’m still thinking about it. If I choose to do it, should I make a tag for it (called “BEDA”), or just file it under my memes tag?
I’m thinking of doing it because maybe it’ll help me prepare for NaNoWriMo this year – something I’d like to participate in as well since I didn’t think it would be possible for me as much last year. P: In case I decide to do BEDA 2012, feel free to offer some blog topics you want me to write about/things you’re interested in knowing about me, etc.