It’s day 300. Blimey. This year is going fast isn’t it? In a way this 365 feels very long and very short, which sums up time on the whole really. Well I think it does at least.

It’s a shame that our OneADay crew is so much smaller than it used to be. We’re down to 4 others that I think have never failed a day and started at the same time as me. That’s a lot less than we started with. Still, it’s impressive and I can’t see anyone failing now. It’s the home stretch. We’ve all only got to waffle for another 65 days. I suspect then I’m going to feel terribly lost.

As much as it occasionally feels like a struggle, I’m used to doing it. Even when drunk and out for my birthday, I was still thinking ‘I haven’t done my OneADay yet, and oh look that wall is moving’. That’s dedication and insanity for you. I’m a stubborn sod after all.

I’ve been wondering what I’m going to do with this site once I’ve finished OneADay. A small part of me wonders if I could just keep blogging daily. I probably could but I’d bore the hell out of you lot even more so, and I’d bore myself too. I think I’ll switch to Brad Gallaway’s method and blog every couple of days with a certain format. It should keep me disciplined, while not send me insane.

While I’m mentioning the whole OneADay effort, have you noticed the JustGiving box to the right of this? If you’ve been enjoying the past 300 days or so, why not donate something to the charity which is all explained here. You don’t have to obviously but hey, even £1 is something isn’t it?

Psst I won’t judge you if you don’t. I’m skint too.

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