After few weeks to recover, it’s time now to think about how we all really survived April.  Most of my blogger friends already shared their thoughts post the challenge. I am a bit late in sharing my thoughts as I was travelling. It was a  good break after a month of daily reading, writing and commenting. So, time to share my reflections from AtoZChallenge.

First, think,

Second, believe,

Third Dream,

And finally Dare. – Walt Disney.

Reflections

I can now proudly flaunt this badge on my blog.
What I liked and good part of the challenge-

The best part is that I made it through. Although I had only first week posts done ahead of time and I was writing every day after that, I enjoyed writing. My theme also helped me to share my thoughts without any extra effort. Parenting needs no research for me and I just shared my learnings from my experiences with my two daughters.
I had lots of visitors each day and it was nice to get some new ones too. Interacting with all the bloggers was a plus and comments from other bloggers always gives us a boost.
What I didn’t like and The Not So Good part-
I didn’t get a chance to visit as many people as I wanted to during the challenge. Also, I was not really prepared and made last minute changes to some of the letters which I planned beforehand.  I was a bit concerned while writing if people will enjoy my posts or not. Also, some letters were a real challenge but somehow managed to find topics related to them.
Conclusion-

What did I learn from the challenge? Will I do this next year? Probably. When I signed up for the challenge, I didn’t know if I will be able to do a justice to it or not. It was my first time and I am just glad that I tried my best and finished it too. Few things which I learnt-

  • Scheduling and better planning are always helpful.
  • Read, write and comment daily are good for our blogs.
  • Inspiration is all we need to do something in life. (I am going to look out for it rather than waiting for it to find me). 😉

These were my reflections from my first AtoZchallenge. What about you?