Hello again Interwebz. Allow me to reintroduce myself.
For the longest time I had this blog -> http://jacklynriffic.blogspot.com/. I started in 11th grade and I continued into college, only somewhat committing myself to its existence. As time went on, however, I began to treat it like a red-headed stepchild and with what became terribly infrequent updates, I decided to stop bothering altogether .
But this whole 365 Project thing is becoming quite the trend (see below if you’re clueless) and I have a friend who embarked on one, taking one picture every day for 365 days. I found it inspiring and decided to do my own. Since I have absolutely no skills except the mockery of everyday events, I’ve decided to fire up my blog again. Because the only thing that makes monotonous, social events bearable for me is the prospect of talking to myself about it later on that day.
So here we are. WordPress instead of Blogger, 2011 instead of 2008, and a laptop instead of a desktop. Bam. See below for Project 365 homework and Subscribe to my blog to release your fullest stalking abilities. Get excited for 2011, folks.
Catch up with me! —> http://jacklynriffic.blogspot.com/
Other Project 365ers
- LM Photography – The Pittsburgh-based photography company belonging to my friend and source of inspiration for Twist365. Fine Art. Portraits, Headshots. Events. For more information, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Julie/Julia Project – perhaps the most well-known, this blog by Julie Powell featured her daily attempts to cook every recipe in Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child. It was later turned into a book and a movie.
- 365 Letters – Carla has written a letter every day since 2009.
- Live and Let Livia – Livia Scott recorded herself performing a different character each day for a year.
- Stormtroopers365 – Stefan documented the daily adventures of two toy Stormtroopers every day.
For more information on 365 blogs, you can also check out “365: A Daily Creativity Journal” by Noah Scalin. Who knows; you might grow a pair and start your own.