One of the few sections I've kept current is Monthly Fallout. This section used to be called Photoblog (I actually owned the domain photoblog.com for a while) but that was before the spread of written photoblogs gave that term new meaning. I changed the label in 2006 to Monthly Fallout but the idea remained the same. At the end of each month I post one favorite photo that doesn't seem to fit any category, that I might lose track of otherwise.
A monthly schedule seems to suit me. It forces me to assess on a regular schedule, yet not regular enough to be restricting. I know many blogs post new photos more frequently, once a week or once a day, or even more often. I admire the effort but often these sites seem more obligatory than quality-driven. Someone gives him or herself the goal of posting every X-amount of time in the hope that it'll inspire more regular shooting, which I suppose it does. But unless you're a photo-savant it's very hard to make a memorable photograph every day, or even once a week. Once a month? Just maybe.
I think the problem with the daily photo approach is it puts the cart before the horse. Do you need to set a goal to breath every day? Of course not. You do it regardless of goals, regardless of anything. Photography is no different.
When I posted the above photo today on my website I realized it'd been 10 years since I started Monthly Fallout. My vision has changed a lot since January 2000. Hopefully it will be equally unrecognizable by 2020, while my breathing remains steady.