Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Insecure Writers group after the month long writing challenge.

Oh, right. Insecure Writers are meeting today. Just when you thought you were going to get a break after the A to Z challenge, it's time for the monthly blog hop put on by the great Alex J. Cavanaugh.
Man, it feels so good to get to the other side of that, doesn't it? I had been kind of ignoring this blog for other things, so it was nice to write everyday. Still feeling young and new to this this whole thing, I was able to learn a lot during it and put some things I've been practicing into motion. I guess I'll just keep changing as a writer, blogger and a person.
One thing I had to learn how to do was plan ahead, and to not fret that much about what I was posting. My self editing needs some work, but I'm working on it. This month, I want to post twice a week and see how that works out. I have a plan for what I want to post, so stop by on Tuesdays and Thursdays to see if anything interests you. Tomorrow I'll just write about music. I like music.
But now I don't have to worry about writing everyday! I can go back to practicing and learning new skills to help my writing, my website skills, and my math until the next month long challenge.
Did you get anything out of the challenge? Did you see many new blogs? Do you have no idea what I'm talking about? Have you had a chance to look at that Button called "A word about dogs?"
See you around.


  1. My self-editing needs some work, too. Blogging has definitely helped me not freak out too much about imperfect writing. I didn't do the A-Z Challenge. Maybe next year :)

  2. Congrats on making it through the challenge. Planning is definitely key!

    Lynda R Young
    IWSG co-host

  3. Congratulations on finishing the A to Z Challenge! :)

    In the three years I've participated, I feel like I always get something out of the Challenge--though this year I didn't get around to as many new blogs as I would have liked.

  4. Glad it spurred you back into blogging. Planning ahead is the only way to survive. Twice a week is a good pace now that we've finished.