Please check out ROW80 for yourself! Creator, Kait Nolan, offers a flexible, supportive atmosphere for meeting your writing goals, as well as other life goals. There are so many awesome people involved and they make it so much fun! Meet the Sponsors, too. They are the best cheerleaders you could ever hope to have. Don’t forget to go visit some new-to-you blogs and cheer them on in their journey.
I had a really good week again–though not the ‘jumping up and down-hootin’ an hollerin’ kind of week this time. My goals are:
- Continue with my 13-month Health Challenge. Read about that Here. My health goal is to walk 30 minutes, 4 days a week. Score again! AND I’ve lost 2 more lbs since last week. In the Treadmill challenge with Gene Lempp we had set a goal of 32 walks in 60 days. We are on Day 46 and I have completed 20 walks. Just 12 more before the end of the month to meet my goal. Oy!
Come join me and my friends at #2012healthchallenge in getting fit and healthier this year! Tell me in your comment what you need to work on. Any small change in movement or eating is a step in the right direction. Put several steps together and you make a big difference in how you look and feel. We have a new Facebook page to meet at and talk about our own personal challenges. Please join me there!
- Write on my projects – 4-5 days per week for a weekly total of 2,500 words. I didn’t do as well as last week. I had a couple of ‘off’ days, but I did write a total of 1,000 words for the week and I worked on fleshing out my outlines for my various short stories. I feel I can now get back into powering through the writing.
- Streamline my social media and support efforts so that I visit all my blogger friends and ROW80 friends over the course of each week. Tweeting, also, for my friends to help promote their work. I did less tweeting this week but more blog reading and commenting. I did tweet and facebook all the blogs I visited. I plan to do more tweeting, since I’ve streamlined my list of blogs.
If you haven’t tried a writing challenge before, ROW80 is not intimidating or full of pressure. It’s the challenge that knows you have a life. Set reasonable goals and work at meeting them each week. So many ROW80 veterans will tell you that they’ve learned a lot about themselves and the best methods they’ve found to get the job done. So jump in!
I hope all of you had good weeks, too! Please share with me…I’ve got my pompoms ready!