#SOL22: And then . . .

Slicing every day in March.

31 consecutive days of writing

AND publishing.

I’ve written every day this year.

Short, long, and varied formats.

It’s a great habit.

But there was a hole

when I didn’t publish

for four days.

I could have.

But life kept me busy

And I didn’t.

I did write a #G2Great post (here) that I published

Three book reviews

But nothing on Resource-Full.

It’s great to be back

But the energy has dissipated.

Who will continue to write?

Who will be to busy?

Who will make time?

Why do you write?

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5 responses

  1. “Why do you write?” A question that keeps popping up in my head.

  2. I’m taking a little break from posting to my blog. I decided to draft a little family history on paper to then become typed and added to a scrapbook for my daughters…it’s my focus for my 100-day project. So do t be lonely. Writers use many formats. Mine for a bit won’t require a computer. I want to see where my pen and old photos and answers to my many questions to my mom take me. Knowing you are here. Reading you have written daily. I’m inspired and motivated! Thank you. Have a good rest of the week writing!!

  3. The challenge was exhausting. Weekly writing is more doable. I have learned over the years to accept taking breaks and not writing on Tuesdays.

  4. I like that you tell us what you have written and then you pose the question, “Why do you write?” It’s good to reflect on our why so we can keep going.

  5. I like your question and I don’t know if I have a good answer for it. 31 straight days of writing and publishing seems daunting at the start and impossible to keep up when ideas stop slowing. Yet, we wrote and we published. I guess each one of us had his/her own reason for doing so.

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