We're almost 100 days into 2019 and into the #365ofgoodWR project. I have had a chance to highlight many organizations, events, and individuals. I love seeing each post add to the ever-growing list of good things happening in our region.
100 days often seems like a marker of sorts, a good time to reflect on where we are currently. As I look over the posts so far this year, I notice a few things:
1. It's no secret that I'm a Kitchener fan. Although our region offers some pretty amazing things, I do spend most of my time right in Kitchener. Looking over my posts so far, I see that I definitely have highlighted Kitchener events and activities more than the other municipalities. I'll work on trying to make that a bit more balanced with future posts :)
2. I was initially very excited about the idea of posting every day about great things happening in our region. However, only a few days in I became worried about how I could possibly keep up with writing every single day. With almost 100 posts completed now, I'm happy to say that not only has daily writing become somewhat of a habit for me, I even look forward to it!
3. I love looking over the nearly 100 posts in my #365ofgoodWR blog as it's a clear reminder of how much good stuff is really happening on a daily basis all around us. I enjoy learning every day about new individuals, groups, and organizations bringing good to their communities. I can't wait to see what the blog looks like at the end of the year!
So now I ask you readers, what am I missing? What perspectives or viewpoints need to have more space on this blog? Are there things I emphasize too much? Or not enough? Feel free to have a say in the comments!