This post is part of the blogging challenge series.
If you follow this blog closely then you’d have noticed that I haven’t personally been active here lately.
The team has been contributing and guest posts are being published, but I didn’t really make any update myself in January.
There are valid reasons for this, though. Some of them are:
- I secretly launched a coaching offer to my newsletter last December and had to make a lot of calls in January. I had over 20 calls and the effort and time investment required was more than I anticipated.
- I was VERY sick in January; for over 3 weeks. I’d been coughing since late December and I decided to ignore it like I usually do, but it was different this time around. I was diagnosed as having a pre-asthmatic condition. I became so sick I could hardly work and I was on medication, so doing a slight amount of work made me very nervous and fearful, something that never really happens. As a result I could do very little. I’m the sickly type, getting better over time, but this is the longest period of sickness I’ve ever experienced. I was powerless.
- I had more client offers; I had a few client offers from my challenge blog and from this blog and being sick didn’t make things easy for me.
I’m not complaining, but this post is going to be partially related to the third point and it will also talk about how I plan to take my challenge blog to the next level.