The 30 Day Blogging Challenge #30DBBC Week 4

The 30 Day Blogging Challenge #30DBBC Week 4
The 30 Day Blogging Challenge #30DBBC Week 4

Here is my roundup post for Week 4 of  The 30 Day Blogging Challenge #30DBBC.

Day 22 – Four effective ways to relax.  The first ever infographic I’ve made. I am quite pleased with it, although I can see where I could improve it.

Day 23 – Word of the Week – Holidays. How are your summer holidays going so far?  Here are how ours are going.

Day 24 – How to overcome writer’s block. How do you overcome writer’s block? Here is how I do it, as a blogger.

Day 25 – Special dairy free fish pie recipe. I struggle to find dairy free fish pies so I used a fish pie recipe and made it dairy free.

Day 26 – Week 3 round up of #30DBBC posts.

Day 27 – Wordless Wednesday #3. No words allowed, you’ll have to see for yourself ;-).

Day 28 – One, Two, Baa, Moo, A Counting Book Review. A review of this wonderful pop-up book to help little ones with their counting skills.

I am really enjoying all that I am learning during this challenge.  What have you written this week?

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  • Sonia

    I really don’t think I could blog everyday, hmmm actually I quite like the sound of this challenge. I may give it a try x

  • Ickle Pickle

    This sounds so good – I have been meaning to do it all summer! Well done to you – II love the round up. Kaz x

  • Wow, well done you!! and such wide range of posts too – what a great challenge!

  • JuggleMum, Nadine Hill

    I liked your ‘overcoming writer’s block’ post… It is great to hear how others get inspired!

  • Liz Burton

    Goodness you’ve been busy! Congrats on the info graphic, I wouldn’t know where to start!

  • I’ll be giving the dairy free fish pie recipe to my friend . Thanks for sharing

  • You are doing so well! What a great challenge x

  • Well done what a fantastic challenge going to go back through some of your posts now 🙂 x

  • Vaichin@RamblingThroughParenth

    I think you have done really well with this challenge. It takes a lot to blog every day without a break.

  • Gretta Schifano

    I’m impressed that you’re managing to do this during the school holidays – well done! This week I’ve written about an Italian water park that we went to and another post with tips for saving up for holidays.

  • Kara

    That is an impressive list of things you have done. I would love to know how to make an infographic

  • Zena’s Suitcase

    Well done. You’ve inspired me to do this now! I hope I do as well as you have

  • I like your fish pie recipe.
    Well done on completing the challenge.

  • Loopyrach

    Oh a dairy free fish pie, my daughter is dairy free so thins would be fab. plus we haven’t had fish pie in ages!

  • Beautyqueenuk

    The dairy free fish pie looks amazing I have to say x

  • Anne

    blogging every day? that really is a challenge, I sometimes have trouble blogging once a week! I like your infographic, well done, that’s not something I’ve ever done

  • Erica Price

    Well done! I like how you have mixed it up with different things like your infographic.

  • I know how hard blogging every day can be, I have been doing that for a couple of years now. I love how you’ve mixed up the type of posts!

  • Blogging every day is a real challenge! It looks like you’ve kept up your variety as well. Inspiring!

  • mummy madness

    wow I would so struggle at the moment. Im trying to get better after taking the summer of getting back into the flow of it all has been so hard.