Today is the final day of National Blog Posting Month, a month of attempting to post every day, and filling my life with as much as possible in order to have content to cover, and hopefully to come out of November wiser than I went in.
I didn't quite manage it: 25 out of 30 was all I could do as I didn't get my camera fixed until the 20th. Visuals make up a big part of blogging. Would you rather read about 2 people beating each other up in the Northern Quarter, or would you rather watch it happen? Hence, no fight videos. (It was an entertaining and largely harmless scuffle though.)
But I still managed 3 RAF memoir entries, 6 celebrity encounters, 1 book signing, 2 mental health updates and 2 bar launches, amongst other things. I racked up 3,600 views, 600 more than in the previous month. I forgot to record my overall views at the start, but I'm at 643,576 right now.
No drugs, unless you count prescribed Citalopram, which I ran out of (and seemingly lost a packet of), but a certain amount of alcohol, although not as much as I'd expected. no gym records, unsurprisingly.
A fun project. Still to come: The launch of The Ivy, a high-end bar chain started in London, another launch, this time of an eyelashes range (as you do) a Santa Dash, a Sci-Fi convention and possibly the launch of a weekly nightlife event.