Friday, September 30, 2011

31 Days

To see all of the 31 Day-ers, click here.

I've seen a LOT of 31 Days of Change posts lately, but wasn't sure if I wanted to step on the bandwagon or just run fast, and run far. Particularly since I have not really blogged a lot lately and have pretty much lost whatever following I used to have.

But the idea of 31 Days of SOMETHING intrigues me.

I made a few personal goals for the last 100 days of 2011. One of my goals is to write something every day. Another is to find good writing prompts for my composition classes (I've gone back into the teaching profession and rather quickly too; not as much time to prepare as I would have liked to have).

So here, on the Fresh-Brewed Writer Blog, I think I'll do

31 Days of Writing (you can click on that link for all my 31 days of writing posts)

I know, I know, not original at all. But necessary for me where I am right now.

Stephanie's 31 Days of Reading to her Adorable Children (ok, I sort of changed that description a bit... ;))


Stacey said...

Oh me too! Well, different but the same. :D

stephanie @ Simple Things said...

Ha! I like your title for my series, but it's a little wordy. : ) (As the children can be as well, sometimes).

You can do it ... I'll be reading!

Maria said...

oh wow! I got added to your blog roll. how cool! Thankds

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