Writing #SOLC18

This is the final post in the annual month-long Slice of Life writing challenge organized by Two Writing Teachers. It was my second year of Slicing in the challenge. If you want to take a peek at the Padlet of writing ideas I’ve created throughout the challenge, I’m happy to share. It grew every day throughout the challenge and will continue to do so as my writerly life continues. I hope to see you on Tuesdays for the weekly SOL. Thanks for visiting during the challenge and sharing some writing comment love!

Today’s slice is a list poem about writing regularly, establishing the routine that works for each of us, and riding the emotional roller coaster that goes along with that commitment. I found the poem amongst the titles of my slices written during this month’s challenge. Kim at Live, Love, Teach inspired me with her slice on Monday. What I found interesting was that I was able to use my SOLC launching slice titles as my launch to continue to write after the challenge ends.

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9 thoughts on “Writing #SOLC18

  1. I love the collection. The ideas I am getting from other bloggers is keeping my writing mind curious and engaged. I’m looking forward to keeping up with your writing after the SOL!

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  2. I love your padlet, Christie. I have bookmarked it. Will you continue to share it throughout the year? I have so enjoyed reading your posts and sharing comments with you and receiving your comments. Here’s to meeting up on Tuesdays…. and at other places until next March.

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