BEDN ~ November on Is That You Darling

Today’s marks the end of November, and with it, the end of Elizabeth’s Blog Every Day in November challenge. After taking part in Blog Every Day in May, I knew how challenging a month long blog challenge was going to be, but I decided to give it a go anyway. It’s nice to be challenged, particularly when it comes to writing, and I had a lot of fun again, as I did with BEDM.

I always said that to consider the challenge complete, for me personally, I would have to blog each and every day and write on the prompt given by Elizabeth. In the end, due to illness, I didn’t manage to complete each prompt, though thanks to scheduled posts, I did manage to blog on each day. So although it’s not a total win, it’s pretty much good enough for me. To conclude, I’m going to combine my usual month-end post with today’s BEDN post, and round up November’s posts.

BEDN


An introduction to BEDN, something I made, a prompt about light, Rolo biscuits, and all sorts of reasons to love November.


Dealing with stress, a list of ten years I’d go back to in a time machine, a quick blog chat, a YSL beauty review, and another Photo an Hour.


Remembrance Day, my hometown, World Kindness Day, an office wishlist, and some of my favourite folk.


Some of my hobbies, my favourite ways to relax, Anti Bullying Week, my favourite news story of the day, and what I wore on my birthday.


World Television Day, leaving on a jet plane to Toronto, the perfect date, ways I procrastinate when I lack motivation, and my ideal home.

Some Christmas traditions, the great outdoors, and a Christmas wishlist.

My Thoughts On

I wrote up my thoughts on three Hitchcock films, Shadow of a Doubt, Vertigo, and The Trouble With Harry.

31 Before 31

It was my birthday, so I rounded up my 31 Before 31 challenge – my A-Z challenge, my biscuit challenge, my Hitchcock challenge, and then the full results.

32 Before 32

With the end of 31 Before 31 came the start of 32 Before 32; I launched the list with Part I, Part II, and Part III, and then I made a start with the list by reading David Jason’s autobiography.

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