It’s no secret I’m a devoted proponent of self-reflection; I don’t think I could have survived or persisted in as many years of blogging (seven and counting!) as I have if I wasn’t. The end of the calendar year is a natural time to reflect and gaze into the future, and in the past, I’ve done that by doing a round-up of my best posts from that year, as well as a series of posts on personal and family and writing (among others) goals for the upcoming year. I’ve also chosen to do blogging challenges before, as a way to give myself some new blogging energy, challenge myself as a writer, and pursue writing as a daily practice.
So I was thrilled to find #reverb10, a daily blogging challenge, with prompts, during the month of December and focused on “reflecting on your year and manifesting what’s next.” I’ll be starting it on December 1st, with a post after this one answering the first prompt, but I wanted to talk about why I was doing the challenge first (and thank Dr. Crazy for introducing me to it!).
I’ll probably still post regular posts as well, so during December, you may feel a little overwhelmed by my words! I hope you find something useful or interesting as you travel along with me, and feel free to join in the fun!