Hey Friends ... as some of you know and some may not know, I have decided to be a part of a 31 Day Writing Challenge done by bloggers and writers all over the world. Basically we choose a theme to write about for 31 days and you write a blog everyday for 31 days in October.
I chose to do this because I want to challenge myself to not only write in my blog when the days seem easier to write, but I also want to write when I am struggling to write.
I think being a writer, we sometimes choose to write when the moment is right, and I want to challenge myself to focus on writing whatever is in my heart, that is why I chose the theme "31 days of reflection".
I will be writing a blog everyday reflecting on whatever is here, good or bad, connecting or disconnecting. I will write when I feel great, and I will write when I feel down. That is the whole challenge, and of course to connect with other amazing bloggers out there.
For those who are a huge part of following my blog, I will also still be running my Tuesday at Ten. I will still continue to write about my healing and participate in all the things that I normally do on my blog. That is the beauty of this writing challenge, it's about staying on the same path, while adding a little something extra to challenge us.
This will indeed be a huge challenge for me. Not only to find the words every single day, but to discipline myself to take that time out for my writing every day for 31 days.
I am sure there will be times I am writing 5 minutes before midnight, or I will simply forget and end up scrambling for words last minute, but I look forward to what this will do to my endurance for writing.
So.. here we go! I am using my Day 1 as a introduction to what I am doing on the 31 days of reflection challenge! if you wish to be a part of this and join thousands of other bloggers out there, you can visit 31 Days
I am truly excited to meet the wonderful people in this challenge; people from all over the world who all want to have one thing on common and that is - to connect with others.
See you in day 2!