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#Bloggiesta, Olé! @Bloggiesta Starting Line Post – Fall 2015

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In case you haven’t heard, Fall Bloggiesta is starting today, and there’s still time to find out all about it, come up with your own blog housekeeping to-do list, and join other book bloggers sprucing up blogs all over the world.

I missed the last two main Bloggiesta events (spring and fall) although I managed to participate in the June and January Mini Bloggiestas this year. I’m committed to the one that starts today and runs September 17–20, because I signed up to host a mini challenge with encouragement from Suey of It’s All About Books, the valiant Bloggiesta organizer (who may be doing it all by herself this year?!?)

If you haven’t updated your blogroll in a while (maybe since you started your blog in the first place?) check out my Blogroll Overhaul Mini Challenge here.

I never get my whole Bloggiesta list done, because I usually spend a lot of time visiting and commenting on other blogs, but I can always dream. I can’t procrastinate effectively without a to-do list, anyway.

Sound like fun? Want to get in on it? Get all the details and sign up at the Bloggiesta Web site. Join in the Twitter chats (@Bloggiesta) or try out a Bloggiesta Mini Challenge!

*Here’s what the Better Delete Revision Manager has to say about clogging up your blog’s back-end with saved post revisions (Sorry for any visual that comes to mind there!):

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11 thoughts on “#Bloggiesta, Olé! @Bloggiesta Starting Line Post – Fall 2015”

  1. As far as a favicon, I downloaded a plugin that did it for me. It was quick and easy and you should be able to check that off your list in minutes if you use wordpress.

    1. Thanks for stopping by! Sorry! Your comment got caught in my spam filter. Only one wrong call out of 169 over the past several days, so I guess I shouldn’t complain…

  2. I’ve been after a revisions editor for a while, I’ll have to look that one up. I’ve often wondered just how much space the revisions take up.

    Hope it’s going well so far; perhaps your mini-challenge hosting will stop the procrastination? 🙂

  3. Just like you, I always spend more time commenting than on my to-do list! But that’s all part of the fun too and I find visiting others to be really motivational. Sometimes I forget just what a huge community we are.
    Good luck with your goals! I have often wondered how to get a favicon too.

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