Half a Slice #SOL2015 Day 31

I haven’t counted the number of times that I wrote in March, so I may not (and probably did not) write for half of the days. But I did write seven or ten or thirteen times more than I would have without the Slice of Life challenge.

Some days my life seemed boring; some days my life was too personal; and some days my life was too busy.

I appreciated the support from the blogosphere. I found it interesting and inspirational the random musings that I would post that readers complimented me on. It was confidence building and motivating to know that I could write well, whatever that means, off the top of my head.

I read a tweet by Roxane Gay recently that said if you are going to blog, do it regularly, whatever that may be. My blog was never intended to be a slice of my life; rather, I wanted it to be a way to share my experiences as a teacher and a provider of professional development, and that will continue to be my focus. I’ll just make sure to do so regularly; I’m thinking every other Sunday as a way to regroup from the previous weeks and to focus for the upcoming weeks. Essentially two times per month feels doable.

So, thank you to everyone who read my slices, whether or not you left a comment. I hope to see you back here for my regular posts, and I will certainly be revisiting your pages in the future, too!

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4 responses to “Half a Slice #SOL2015 Day 31

  1. Well, the real challenge is how you did more than you would then and that’s something to be proud of! I love that tweet you pulled, “I read a tweet by Roxane Gay recently that said if you are going to blog, do it regularly, whatever that may be.” Regularly is not daily. This is was extreme. You did a fine job! 🙂

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  2. The comments are so awesome!! I really did not expect to be so excited about my comments. I think it’s strange on some of the days I thought I did my best writing, I might only have one comment. Then, there were days I thought things were terrible and I’d get a ton!!! Funny how that goes. Great job sharing and slicing this month! Keep it up!

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  3. I missed some too but also blogged more than I would have otherwise. A writing challenge in fresh, congenial company is good for a block –restart the process — or just getting started.

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  4. Congrats on completing the writing challenge and for sharing your insights for a month, whether half time or not. Writing more is your success!

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