I’m embarrassed to say that I’ve tried to establish a daily writing habit numerous times in the past without success. I get excited by the latest writing challenge so I sign up right away. I get off to a good start and then…life interrupts. I miss a day and then guilt sets in. So, why would I be participating in the Slice of Life (SOL) March Challenge? Given my previous track record, it would be safe to bet that I will not complete the 31 days of consecutive posts. Add to that the fact that I will be at a conference for five days early in March, and you’ve got a recipe made for failure. But, those are the elements that make challenges more exciting, right?
During last year’s March SOL Challenge, I wrote for 30/31 days. Of course, some posts were better than others and some were written on the fly in order to fulfill the daily writing quota. Nevertheless, I will keep trying to reach that as yet elusive goal to make writing a daily ritual. Maybe being at a conference will give me some writing material. New places, new people, new experiences are always great opportunities for slicing.
So, here’s to 31 joyful days to towards a daily writing habit. I’m looking forward to reading others’ slices throughout this month and to celebrating together at the end.
Let the slicing begin!
Cross posted to https://twowritingteachers.wordpress.com/2015/03/01/sol15-day1/
2 thoughts on “Slice of Life March Challenge”
I have a bad history of trying to start a daily writing ritual as well. It’s one of the many reasons I was (am) nervous to start this challenge But we can do it! Stay positive and you will find the time! I look forward to reading more from you!
We will have to support each other during this challenge! I know we can do it. Thanks for the encouragement.