In Dougal’s words: “Think about the past 10 years, and your time with WordPress. Maybe, like myself, you’ve been using WordPress since the beginning, or perhaps you just tried it out for the first time last month. But consider the events that stand out in your memory during that time. Now, write a blog post about it.”
The fifth annual Writers Worth Week has begun over at Words on the Page.
In Lori’s words: “Write a post telling others how you found worth, what worth has meant for your career, your struggles with valuing yourself, how you overcame low-paying gigs and being under-appreciated…. whatever your story is. You get the byline. You get the chance to inspire someone, share an idea that can change someone’s roadblock into opportunity, and create an inner dialogue in someone that helps them grow professionally.”
Blogger Amy Palko has just announced a recurring weekly group writing project.
Something you believe in
In Amy’s words: “All you have to do is finish the sentence ‘I believe that…’ And then write a bit about why you believe that? How has that belief developed for you? In what ways does this belief show up in your life?”
Your post must finish the sentence “I believe that…”
After taking a break, here is Tillerman’s latest group writing project.
In Tillerman’s words: “Maybe it’s a spot you discovered on a vacation or a cruise? Maybe it’s your current home sailing waters? Maybe it’s some place you’ve only read about and it’s your life’s dream to sail there one day?”
Write a post on your blog about your top sailing destination.