When I read this post talking about taking a 30 day challenge in November that requires blogging each day with an agricultural theme, I was intrigued. And curious to see if I could actually do it.
Now I just started blogging a couple of weeks ago. But as I was ruminating over what my 30 day theme would be I found myself wondering how on Earth I thought I was qualified to join the ranks of the amazing community of Ag bloggers out there.
I don’t have a farm of my own right now. I don’t even have a very exciting life because it is completely ruled by my unpredictable grad school experience.
But it was exactly those thoughts that made me realize that every story is different and that is why I started blogging. Am I an expert on anything? Definitely not. Do I love Ag and am I striving to ensure a bright future? Definitely yes.
I may not have any of the things that make a traditional Ag blogger but I do have passion and a genuine desire to learn as much as possible about as much as possible. And I cannot even describe the number of things I have already learned in the short time I have been blogging. So if my blog never reaches beyond my long-suffering family and friends, it won’t matter. Because I, alone, am learning so much that it makes the experience worthwhile.
Once I overcame my concerns, finding a topic was an interesting journey. It’s no secret that November is my favorite month of the year. I will admit it is largely because it’s my birthday month, but November is also just a beautiful crisp, sometimes snowy month that manages to showcase the best of Fall and Winter all rolled together. Plus the end of the month has always held Thanksgiving…and my birthday :) So of course what else makes for a better month? My topic was going to have to be something I would be challenged to do, something that was familiar enough to make me sound like less of an idiot but not so familiar as to be boring for me and my audience.
The entire month of November I will be running 2 separate studies to round out my Master’s research. It’s gonna be a crazy time, that’s for sure. So the theme for my 30 days of blogging is simply going to be “30 Days of Randomness With A Pig Nutrition Grad Student”. This may seem no different than the usual but I will be sure and throw some information in on what’s going on with my projects, random Ag Facts (including piggies of course), and whatever else comes my way.
So join me tomorrow, on the first day of November, and we will see what kind of trouble we can get into ;)
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30 Days of Randomness With A Pig Nutrition Grad Student
Day 1: My Purpose
Day 2: Time To Soak In The World
Day 3: A Different Perspective
Day 4: Is It A Swirf?
Day 5: Saying Goodbye
Day 6: Stories Make Everything Better
Day 7: We Are The Lucky Ones
Day 8: Hawaii Looks Nice!
Day 9: Saturday Thankfulness
Day 10: Harvest...As Translated From My Farmer To Me
Day 11: The West Virginia Warriors and Veterans To Agriculture Project
Day 12: Getting Loopy
Day 13: Farm Of The Future
Day 14: A Ghost Tour...In November
Day 15: I Am Not The Usual
Day 16: A Vision Of The Future
Day 17: Poor Marketing-How Do We Make It Stop?
Day 18: A Cause For Concern
Day 19: You're in Grad School For What?!
Day 20: Wordless Wednesday
Day 21: For Mom
Day 22: Pointing Fingers Never Pays
Day 23: Humor Needed, Sanity Optional
Day 24: Romance Is Overrated
Day 25-27: Does Anything Ever Go As Planned?
Day 28 & 29: Farewell My Favorite Month