January is all about starting afresh. We look back at 2012, gasp in horror about all the dumb things we've done, then pledge to avoid doing so again. Us humans are pretty good at this trial and error lifestyle, and what better starting point is a brand new year?
With each new month we get a nice new Bloggers Wanted topic. I had a good think about what to do, and you'll probably be happy that I decided not to go for the hugely original new years resolution topic. I think there are only so many pixel aspect ratio jokes the average person can take. Nope, for this month, I want you all to talk about something you love to the rest of the Japanator readers. If we're all going to be having fresh starts, why don't we get other people to try something new?
Title your blogs 'Check this out! ______', replacing that awfully straight line with your chosen subject. There are loads of things you could talk about, but try and make it about something people may not have heard of/tried before. Perhaps a particular anime, manga or genre? Is there a Japanese delicacy that people should definitely try out? A drink? An event? Fashion? Japanese figurines? It's your chance to show off something you enjoy to other people that may just learn to enjoy it as much as you.
We're always checking out the C-Blogs, and we'll be promoting several posts over the course of January. Don't worry if you can't think of a topic, as we'll promote anything to the front page so long as we like it enough! Get out your cyber quills and kick off 2013 with some juicy words!
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