One thing I've found while doing my daily blog posts, is that I've lost most of my fear of the blank page. While I may occasionally have difficulty in deciding what to write about, either as a book review, or current events, it's usually a narrowing of possible topics, rather than coming up with something new. Writing on a daily basis has become a habit. I set down, and my fingers type. Perhaps this is what they advocate during Nanowrimo. November tends to be the busiest time of year for me, so I've never blocked off time to participate. Maybe I'll be able to do so this year.
I was afraid when starting my daily posts that I would quickly run out of things to say, or that I'd sit in front of the blank screen for hours. Some posts tend to take time to write, those are the ones that require a little research. When I'm talking about current events, for example, I like to ensure that I check a few semi-reliable sources first. Being connected to the internet doesn't always help my productivity either.
My blog posts have been coming faster, as well. On average, it's taking much less time to make my minimum word counts. I'm still not making much progress in writing them several days in advance, like I had originally hoped. I have a few drafts in progress, but they're more for exploring ideas which may not really go anywhere. We'll see what happens.
For now, I remain pleased with my blogging experience. I'm certainly making better progress than I at first feared.