Then one day, someone retweeted Chris Crouch’s call for people to join this challenge. Why not, right? I’ve been wanting to write more, maybe even put together a book, so I figured that committing to someone else was a good way to increase the frequency of my writing.
And it’s really been a success for me. I’ve been able to put out a few hundred words a day, and some of it has even been good. I’m starting to think that when it’s time, I’ll really be able to organize my ideas and my values into a book worth sharing.
I’m really excited about the transition into #edblogaday. One of the things I need to do a better job of is responding when other people comment. I get all weird and socially awkward when people nice things, sometimes, and that’s something I just need to stamp out. Another thing I need to do is start reading other peoples’ work more often. It’s not fair to ask other people to read me if I’m not returning the favor!
So thank you, Chris, and the good people of #AprilBlogADay. I’m looking forward to taking this journey with you!