So here we are. 31 Days of Slicing is over. For some, they won't post again until next March. And that's OK.
Others will continue to slice and post on Tuesdays. And that's good.
Some won't post anywhere, but they will write. I love that.
Writing is important no matter when and where you do it.
I've been writing most every day since January and now it's a habit. A good habit. So tonight, inpreparation for April, I've found some new writing prompts to add to my writer's notebook pages (I HATE a blank notebook page when I sit down to write.)
In my daily writing habit, I've discovered a few things:
- I write better and more consistently when I write in the morning. I have a morning brain and I know that. I need to schedule the time and just write.
- I write better when I have a plan or a prompt. So tonight, inpreparation for April, I've found some new writing prompts to add to my writer's notebook pages. I do not want to face blank notebook pages.
- I want to start a new way of writing for me and try taking pictues and captioning them on instagram. My favorite people to follow on Instagram write more than two words to describe their pictures.
- I really like comments and to get them, I have to visit my blogging friends and comment. This needs to be part of my daily writing habit.
- I have quite a few other little writing projects I want to tackle: real letters to friends, starting some heritage scrapbooks and write what I know in them.
- Tuesdays and Saturdays are must days for me to publish blog posts.
- The daily reminder from my #TeachWrite tribe keeps me motivated to write (check them out on Facebook )
Thanks to all who commented, thanks to all who motivated. It was a wonderful month.