Well, this is my 100th #blogjune post. I’m pretty impressed that I’ve managed to keep up with it for this long. When I started back in 2012 I was hoping that #blogjune would be the encouragement I needed to try and blog more often. I don’t think it’s worked out that way, though, as my posts are still pretty sporadic. I guess I feel that I don’t really have anything “big” to blog about in the professional sense, so that’s why I tend to only write about non-work things. I like the fact that there seems to be a bit of of a push at the moment to try and revitalise the Australian biblioblogosphere (see Kate Davis’ posts here, here and here for some examples). It does seem to me that there is less blogging going on compared to when I started participating in #blogjune, but I’m not sure why.
I’d like to be writing a bit more often, so I’ll have to work on that. Anyone got any tips for keeping my writing mojo going past June?