Wednesday, May 1, 2013

May Day!

Happy May Day everyone!

You know what that means?  The end of the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge!  And boy was it challenging!  It was definitely rough at times, trying to get a post out every day.  Some of the advice on the Blogging site recommends that people have a list of their topics and perhaps even begin their posts prior to when the challenge starts.  Personally I don't think that's very challenging.  I did have a list of animals I'd like to do, but I honestly ended up changing it half the time.

The real challenge this time around was writing up posts between completing assignments, group projects, job applications, work, volunteering, crafts, and club activities!  Plus there were the times where I had to write multiple posts a day when I had weekend plans away from the computer.  It's all worth it though as I am graduating from college in two weeks!  I will have a Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Wildlife Management.  I am so ready.

I hope you all have enjoyed reading my animal posts.  I enjoyed introducing people to animals they've never heard before and I hope you enjoyed learning!  There are thousands of fun and unique animals in this world.  Sadly many of them are only just being discovered as they are disappearing off the face of the earth.  Conservation is extremely important for the future survival of this planet: animals, environments, oceans, marine animals, insects, everything is connected.  Maybe that will be my next project- ways to help the planet.  We'll see.  I have to get through finals first!  Happy A to Z Blogging everyone!


  1. The A to Z was whacks of fun, but yes, definitely challenging. Like you, I didn't plan and write my posts beforehand, but I'm re-thinking that strategy. It may not be as challenging have everything ready to go beforehand, but the advantage is that it allows more time for scooting through the linky list to read blogs and connect with other bloggers--and I'm beginning to see that as the real point of the challenge, at least for me.

    Congratulations on managing to squeeze your posts in between your assignments, and congratulations on your more impressive achievement: completing your BA in Conservation and Wildlife Management. Now *that's* an accomplishment!

  2. Congrats on making it through!!