This is my first bloggiesta ever, and I was looking forward to participating because – let’s be honest – there is a lot of blog work that I have to do! How exciting! 😀
I will only have time for blogwork over the weekend, so I have tried to keep my goals small:
♦ Try one bloggiesta mini challenge. DONE
♦ Catch up with blogs; I have hundreds of blog posts to read! DONE
♦ Write my own review policy; it’s time for me to have one.
♦ Create a new blog page with the list of authors/books reviewed. DONE
♦ Create twitter lists for bloggers/friends/authors, etc. My twitter is a chaos. DONE
♦ Write at least one review (I have read several books the last weeks but I haven’t found time to review them).
I’m going to update this post as soon as the work is done, so everybody can know I’m trying very hard.
So let’s go!
I spent hours doing this task because I was following more than 500 people (or things, or animals… seriously!). The first problem I found was to decide which lists I wanted to create, and if I wanted to include English and Spanish-speaking people in the same list.
I finally created these ones:
Anyway, this was a great goal because now I can keep track of everybody easily. I think I’m going to use this social network much more now.
I can’t believe I finally created my index!
I decided to do it by author’s surnames on a new blog page. You can see it here I’m proud of myself!
Catching up with blogs:
I use InoReader to read all my friends’ blogs and I think it works very good. The problem is that the reader works good, but I never have time to look at it, so today I finally read and commented in at least one of the post of my fellow bloggers:
My Ino reader before catching up:
I wasn’t able to do everything, but I think I did a great amount of blog stuff. I need to perform my own bloggiesta on any of the following weekends because I really want to write down the review policy, but I’m not in a hurry; I’ll do it when I feel inspired.
Hope you got a lot of blog goals in this bloggiesta?