Day 01- A recent picture of you and 5 interesting facts about you.
Day 02- The meaning behind your LiveJournal name.
Day 03- A picture of you and your friends.
Day 04- A habit that you wish you didn’t have.
Day 05- A picture of somewhere you’ve been to.
Day 06- Favorite super hero and why.
Day 07- A picture of someone/something that has the biggest impact on you.
Day 08- Short term goals for this month and why.
Day 09- Something you’re proud of in the past few days.
Day 10- Songs you listen to when you are Happy, Sad, Bored, Hyped, Mad.
Day 11- Another picture of you and your friends.
Day 12- How you found out about LJ and why you made one.
Day 13- A letter to someone who has hurt you recently.
Day 14- A picture of you and your family.
Day 15- Put your iPod on shuffle: First 10 songs that play.
Day 16- Another picture of yourself.
Day 17- Someone you would want to switch lives with for one day and why.
Day 18- Plans/dreams/goals you have.
Day 19- Nicknames you have; why do you have them.
Day 20- Someone you see yourself marrying/ being with in the future.
Day 21- A picture of something that makes you happy.
Day 22- What makes you different from everyone else.
Day 23- Something you crave for a lot.
Day 24- A letter to your parents.
Day 25- What I would find in your bag.
Day 26- What you think about your friends.
Day 27- Why are you doing this 30 day challenge.
Day 28- A picture of you last year and now, how have you changed since then?
Day 29- In this past month, what have you learned.
Day 30- Who are you?
I found out about Xanga back in high school, around the same time that I started using AIM. I can’t really remember which came first but I know they were closely correlated. I would look up people’s AIM sn’s on xanga and vice-versa. I don’t know how it -initially- got started…actually maybe I do–I’m pretty sure it was because Speech & Debate was going around trading IM info. MAN that was a long time ago.
I found out about LJ probably the same year, by exploring the xanga/aim network. I made one like last year so that I could subscribe and comment on other people’s but I’ve always had my Xanga for blogging so there was no need for me to maintain two separate blogs (that would be silly!). I’ve always thought of Xanga as sort of a ghost town where most of the neat and interesting people have moved on, whereas when I think about LJ it’s not very highly populated but it’s a neat niche community where there are still a bunch of interesting things happening. Also, if you type LJ in bnet font, there’s no space between the L and the J, so they connect. AWESOME.