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I recently started taking part in the #100DaysToOffload challenge. It’s a challenge that tries to create a larger output of content that is interesting and useful. I will try to write about the topics that I have learned during this time while still staying to be the nerd that I am.

The whole point of #100DaysToOffload is to challenge you to publish 100 posts on your personal blog in a year.

I really think a better hashtag would have been #100PostsToOffload. But I have no reason to have an opinion on this. The “rules” are as follows:

There are some simple and reasonable guidelines if you want to take part in #100DaysToOffload:

  • This needs to be done on a personal blog, not a corporate blog. If you don’t have a personal blog, you can sign up for a free one at
  • There is no specific start date. Your 100 posts can start or end whenever you want them to.
  • Publish 100 new posts in the space of a year.
  • There are no limits to what you can post about — write about whatever interests you.
  • Once you have published an article, don’t forget to post a link on your social media with the hashtag #100DaysToOffload.
  • Get your friends involved!

I think I learned about this challenge on Kaushal Modi’s blog, whom I am hereby challenging to have a lower period of completion of this challenge. I shall add an indicator of progress in the next days to these posts. Let’s make this about Hugo and stuff that makes the internet better. Accept the challenge!