I took on this Write 31 Days challenge knowing I was already over-scheduled. The idea of writing and posting everyday was incredibly daunting. I wasn’t sure if I would be able to actually write for 31 days straight, but I really wanted to try. If you look at my days on my master page, days are combined and several days are skipped completely. Looking at that, it looks like I failed.
However, I am still glad I signed up. I have toyed with the idea of joining Write 31 Days for a couple of years, but I never jumped in. This year was the year. So, yes, while I may have failed numerically to complete Write 31 Days, I have learned a lot from this failure.
- I am glad I jumped in. I am glad I actually tried this year instead of just passing it off as something I could not do.
- It has been good for my writing. I have been working on my writing and it feels good to make time for something I love to do.
- I have embraced my theme. I really have been finding ways to enjoy the everyday life in real life.
I know there are still 10 days left in October and this is not the end of the challenge. Really, this post should be my post on Day 31, but, clearly, I am doing things differently. 🙂
So, I will do my best during the final days of the challenge to keep up and continue writing, learning, and enjoying the everyday life.
Read more of 31 Days of Enjoying the Everyday life here.