The Great August Rebloggening Challenge: Week 2 Check In

Home Site housekeeping Challenge

The Home Site Housekeeping Challenge has been going for two weeks now (And a bit, oops)

How’s your home site going?  Anything new and shiny?

Did you reach your goal this week? Did you change your goal this week?

Did you learn anything about your site?

Did you do the daily challenge?

What are your goals for next week?


A daily challenge for Monday: Find something either on your front page or your menu that you haven’t touched in a long time.

Does it still need to be there?  If not, delete it.

Does it need to be updated instead? Weekly challenge then!  Take a week and clean it up!


My turn for a check-in:

I got at least three things posted to the blog and the same to Patreon.  I got one session posted of Thimbleful, one month of Patreon Xposts, an addition to my Landing Page Landing Page, and worked on my Current Projects page, courtesy Kelkyag 😉

I also did the daily challenge I put up last week – I checked up my contact me page (It’s still up to date) and my Serial Fiction page (which needed some work)


Goal – 11

Done – 12

missed: nada! OTOH, this was closer to the bare minimum.

How’d you do?

Also: You can join in at any time!  Any number of “Things” per week is a good goal!

4 thoughts on “The Great August Rebloggening Challenge: Week 2 Check In

  1. Yay project pages! Cheerfully guilty as charged!

    Will Current Projects vs. Long-Form works be exclusive, or will longer pieces need to be kept in sync between the two?

    • Oog, good question.

      I think I will probably put “see Long-Form Works (link)” for those rather than have them duplicated.

      • I encourage minimizing the number of things that need to be kept in sync between different pages, and the number of different pages to look at to figure out what work of yours is available to read. 🙂

        (Tangentially, “Blizzarded” didn’t make it into the TOC on the settings page — — looks like it didn’t get tagged with the same header tag as the other entries. TOCs are useful!)

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