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I'm so excited to have gotten so much done on my blog is just one day!! Here's a list of what I accomplished today during the mini Bloggiesta!

1. Finished adding all of my 2013 reviews to my Reviews page. Check it out!!

2. Added a list of my favorite books to my Books Read in 2013 page.

3. Cleaned up my sidebar and add a Goodreads widget for books read in 2014.

4. Wrote two reviews and my Week in Review post that will publish tomorrow morning.


5. Cleaned up my blog email, creating a book reviews folder and adding some automatic filters so emails from certain people will go straight to that folder.

6. Created a template post for monthly updates, so I will actually have time to write monthly recaps this year!

7. Completed The "Basics" Mini Challenge.

I'm so glad I took the time to participate today! Yay!

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  1. Monthly update template! That is a GREAT idea :) Maybe I'll do that during the next Bloggiesta ;)

    Congrats, you got a lot accomplished!

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    1. I'm hoping it works! Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Sounds like you did a lot. Well done! I've given up on monthly updates - I used to do them, but they take too much time. Even a template... I just copy from the previous month, it still takes a long time. Hopefully you have a better system than me!

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    1. Yeah... I did so well with monthly updates in 2012. I don't think I did a single one in 2013. So we'll see how it goes....

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  3. What a great day you had!! I really need to clean up my blog email (and my personal one for that matter). I need to get a good weekly/monthly template going and think I found something to help me with it in the plug-in i purchased.

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    1. I'm so disorganized when it comes to email! I fixed a couple things but have a lot more to do!

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  4. You got a lot done! I just cleaned out my inbox today, a task that was long overdue.

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    1. Great job! Thanks for stopping by!

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