The 31 Day Writing Challenge

31smallGeorge S. Patton once said: “Accept challenges, so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory.” Of course, my challenges aren’t conquering Nazi-occupied France or liberating Germany, but we all have to start somewhere.

My somewhere is the 31 Day Online Writing Challenge which, ironically enough, is just what it sounds like. Pick a topic, stick with the topic, and then write about it each and every day in October. I have a hard time sticking with anything for that long and I have a really hard time trying to come up with something to write about once a month let alone once a day. But that’s why it’s called a challenge and I’m going to give it the old college try.

For the next 30 days, this will be my “landing page” for this challenge. The best way to follow along is to subscribe so you never miss a post. In the meantime, catch up now and click on Day 1 to continue reading.

Day 1: The 31 Day Writing Challenge
Day 2: Smiling is My Favorite
Day 3: It’s National Cookie Month!
Day 4: Tacos and Ships and Vodka, Oh My!
Day 5: Do Nice vs Be Nice
Day 6: Mad as a Hatter
Day 7: Great Books Week
Day 8: My Own Celebrations
Day 9: Going Postal
Day 10: World Porridge Day
Day 11: In Progress
Day 12: It’s so frustrating when…
Day 13: Golden Girl. Silly Girl.
Day 14: A Pet named Peeves
Day 15: I Love I Love Lucy
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ay 16: In Progress
Day 17: In Progress
Day 18: Chocolate Cupcakes!
Day 19: In Progress
Day 20: In Progress
Day 21: Information Overload
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ay 22: In Progress
Day 23: Love a Library
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ay 24: In Progress
Day 25: World Pasta Day

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