Time for a Challenge: 30 Posts in 30 Days - Elizabeth Langford

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Time for a Challenge: 30 Posts in 30 Days


I’ve been bad. No. Joke. About. It. BAD. When it comes to blogging. I didn’t post at all in July… except for a sneak peek of Nicole and Eugene’s gorgeous wedding last Saturday at Sassi in Scottsdale. That’s it. One single post.

To be fair, it’s not because I haven’t been working… it’s because I’ve been working so much and there’s only so many hours in the day. It’s also because my iMac has been making unexpected visits to the Mac Genius bar and those rendezvous have put me a bit behind on all “non-essential” tasks. Excuses aside… I’ve been a bad, bad blogger.

Last winter when I attended the ever fabulous Melissa Jill’s MJ 2 Day workshop I made myself a promise to attempt a 30 in 30. 30 posts in 30 days. That was last January. Here it is September 1st and I’m running out of options to complete my goal. So no more hiding, no more “I’ll do it next month.”  I’m doing it this month. 30 posts in 30 days.

A little hint of things to come… lots of gorgeous wedding images, a few travel images, lots of talk about the Oregon Ducks (Yay! Their season opened today and as I type the score is 29-0 at the end of the 1st quarter), a series on “What’s in my camera bag” and more than a couple pics from everyday life. I’ll be wrapping up my 30 in 30 on Sunday, September 30th, the day I’m traveling to Georgia for the first ever Pursuit 31 Conference. Can’t wait to see if I can succeed. Wish me luck!

After breakfast for dinner, Lily and her Prince Charming headed to a Father & Daughter Princess Dance at Seville Country Club… and I stayed home to cheer for the DUCKS!!




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