Write 31 Days 2015
It started as one blogger’s challenge to write every day for 31 days one October. Faithfully, she added post after post to meet her challenge.
But, realizing how lonely it was to blog alone, Myquillyn Smith (The Nester) invited a few friends to join her the next year. And just like that, a habit was formed.
Today, the challenge is open to bloggers everywhere. A new post. Every Day. For 31 days. Easy, right? Here’s the catch: all posts have to be on the same topic.
Exciting? Yes. The thought of digging into one topic for 31 days is exhilarating. Just think of how much you would have learned at the end of that time!
Scary? Definitely. The idea of writing every day for 31 days is nail-biting, heart-pounding, knee-shaking scary. But.
Leaving Comfort Behind
If I never did the 31-day challenge, nothing dramatic would happen. The earth will not stop spinning. The stars will continue to shine. Everything will be as it was and should be.
But. If I do this challenge …
- I develop a habit of writing that will be hard to break.
- I get to spend a part of every day doing something I absolutely love.
- At the end of the time, I will have proven to myself that I can do this. And if I can do it, so can you.
This challenge is for you too. Accept the challenge to write for the 31 days of October. Don’t have a blog? That’s okay. Write in your journal or a notebook.
Or this could be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for to start the blog you always wanted.
Scared? I know. But, if we never leave our comfort zones, how will we know what we’re capable of?
So, here I am. Three days from the start of the month. Accepting the challenge to write (and post) every day this October.
Write 31 Day Topic
I hope you’ll join me as I explore the topic: 31 Days on Marriage in the Bible. We will spend October pulling out the lessons on marriage that are found in God’s word.