"They" say that if you do something consistently for twenty-one days, then it becomes habit. So, being the inconsistent blogger that I am, I've decided to try blogging at least once daily for twenty-one days--to see if, at that point, I just won't be able to stop blogging once I hit days twenty-two and so forth. I figure that as the semester begins, and I ask my students to become bloggers, I should really be able to call myself one as well. Not that I believe you need to blog daily in order to call yourself a blogger, but I should be posting at least as much, if not more than my students (who won't be daily bloggers, unless they choose to be).
I know that Donna at Why Not Blog? blogged every day for the month of November. Her final post in November adresses both why I don't beat myself over not blogging regularly--sometimes I just don't have much to say. But, on the other hand, she reminds me/us of why it is also useful to blog daily--so that we actually blog about all those things we carry around in our heads with the little label "blog this" attached to them.