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60 Straight Publishing Days

60 Straight Publishing Days

60 Straight Publishing

On November 11, I managed to publish for 60 days.

60 Straight Publishing Days

I published at least one blog post a day for 60 days. What I’ve done is prep blog posts, some small. Once they were ready, I’d schedule it to publish.

You’ve posted 60 days in a row on Steve Sews Stuff! Keep up the good work.

30 days ago was the 30 day streak.

At the time of this posting, I am less than 20 posts away from publishing 500 posts on Steve Sews.

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2 thoughts on “60 Straight Publishing Days

  1. Congrats on 60 straight days! People love to find blogs that do this, and you become a regular part of their day. I just read about your fabric scrap swap. Missouri Star quilt company has a forum for quilters. In those forums, quilters used to do fabric swaps. They were fun. I hosted a vintage bedsheet fatquarter swap. They are a bunch of work, and because things happen, usually there is someone who backs out. I once traded a gallon bag of my scraps for longarm pantos in that forum as well. Since then, the forum layout was changed, which made it more difficult to use. Here is the link.

    1. Thank you especially with work and all going on, but small posts do help. Oh cool on the fabric swap. I’m sure people will back out. I’ve seen some you mail it up one person and then they mail another back to those who did participate. Just add money for postage. Thank you for the link.

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