Despite being an optimist, I’m also expecting many (more) things to (start to) go wrong today with the inauguration of the new@POTUS. And since they’re often measured on their first 100 days in office, I’m making a deliberate effort to post at least something positive every day, preferably at the start of the day, as a direct counter.
The basic idea for #100DoPP:
* Every day: post something positive on your own site
* whether something positive you did (ideally)
* a positive / constructive idea or suggestion
* or something positive someone else is doing or suggesting
* Preferably *before* posting anything negative that same day
I’m not sure if I’ve ever had 100 continuous days of posts on my site, so I’m expecting to have to make this a part of my daily routine just to make sure it happens.
@Twitterand other so-called “social media” make it easy to post *something* every day to their silos, so 100 days of that is not interesting in my opinion.
It’s also easier to complain than to be constructive.
Thus despite not being as ambitious ashttps://aaronparecki.com/tag/100daysofindiewebor certainlyhttps://aaronparecki.com/tag/100daysofmusic(which is seriously amazing), I expect 100 days of deliberately positive posts, on one’s own site, to be no small feat. Perhaps a medium feat. ;)
Up for the challenge? Join me and tag your posts #100DoPP.
Up for more? See:https://indieweb.org/100DaysOfIndieWebfor additional 100 Days projects.