31 Posts in 31 Days

 

So when I found out I was moving to New Zealand, I wanted to give myself a challenge for the first month, since I wouldn’t have a new language to learn like I did with Argentina.

I wasn’t totally correct about the whole language thing (Kiwi-English is a colorful and rich dialect, with a bit of a learning curve!), but I’m certainly glad I decided to try writing a blog post a day for the month of March.

Well 31 days and 31 posts later, he we are at the end of March. How time flies!

This past month has been amazing in a lot of ways, and there are a lot of new posts coming about my experiences here in New Zealand, but here I want to give a rundown of the ground that was covered in the posts that were published.

So in case you missed any, here is the Exile Lifestyle March Collection!

19 comments

  1. I read everyone and here is my 1st comment. Nice work, I liked how not everyone was an essay, some were just things to think about.

  2. I read everyone and here is my 1st comment. Nice work, I liked how not everyone was an essay, some were just things to think about.

  3. I approve of pushing the limits. Did you have a technique for keeping things fresh every day?

    Anyway, I appreciate your efforts, thoughts, and postings. Thanks.

  4. I approve of pushing the limits. Did you have a technique for keeping things fresh every day?

    Anyway, I appreciate your efforts, thoughts, and postings. Thanks.

  5. You really did do a lot of posts – but all of them helpful :) I love this goal – i should try it one month (phew though that is a lot of typing)!

  6. You really did do a lot of posts – but all of them helpful :) I love this goal – i should try it one month (phew though that is a lot of typing)!

  7. Congrats on the challenge, Colin, that’s big. And I know what I’m saying. As for New Zealand, I totally agree on the Kiwi dialect. Took a while to get in the flow, but once you train your ears everything falls into place again.

    Once you’re there, take a look at Waiheke Island. There’s a very special place there, called Little Oneroa Beach. Not glamorous or shiny but a very well proportioned place. Let me know what you think of it.

    And looking forward to read more about your NZ experiences.

  8. Congrats on the challenge, Colin, that’s big. And I know what I’m saying. As for New Zealand, I totally agree on the Kiwi dialect. Took a while to get in the flow, but once you train your ears everything falls into place again.

    Once you’re there, take a look at Waiheke Island. There’s a very special place there, called Little Oneroa Beach. Not glamorous or shiny but a very well proportioned place. Let me know what you think of it.

    And looking forward to read more about your NZ experiences.

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  10. Did the increase in postings have any impact on traffic, especially from goog? Are you seeing your regulars visiting at an increased rate?

  11. I wonder if i can ever do that! Well, maybe i can with my travel blog since i haven’t posted 70% of my trips from last year. Thanks for the inspiration!

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