The calendar is full.
But your writing is so much better when you write every day.
No. The calendar is full.
But it’s not just the writing. It’s the feedback and the community.
The calendar is full and I’m already in another writing challenge.
But maybe the two can work together.
SThe calendar is full, but I hate to miss it.
Maybe you can pull ideas from your notebook to revise.
The calendar is full, but I’ve signed up again.
The March sign up for the Slice of Life Story Challenge is open again (here) and the argument with myself is over. It’s that time of the year to begin thinking of friendships: near and far, F2F meet ups IRL (face to face and in real life), travels together, presentations together, and shared lives. That’s just a small peek into the benefits that I’ve garnered from the #SOL community.
It’s that time of year again. Reflection on how it all began as I envision my seventh year of #SOLSC daily March blogging. 186 posts with numerous comments. Where will this year’s path take me? Who will be continuing? What newcomers will be added? Who is in my writing community?
Not yet convinced? Read Jill Davidson’s amazing post about their writing community and the benefits in her Ed Collaborative post titled “Building a Community Through Writing” here.
Where is your writing community?
Who is in it?
How do you nurture your community?
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