I have trouble with commitment; these days I never seem to follow through with projects, challenges, ideas big or small.
#HAWMC is yet another attempt to commit and follow through; part of my emotional and mental healing process. It’s an acronym for Heath Activist Writers Month Challenge with prompts provided by WEGO Health.
Although I written more fiction and fact of late, and haven’t been posting about mental and physical health, it’s still in my tagline and in my life. My chronicness influences my prose and poetry.
I will no doubt miss days and begin to feel overwhelmed and stop. My goal is to complete the project even if I don’t produce 30 posts. I’ve already skipped #3: Keep Calm and Carry On. We were to go to the website: http://www.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk and create our own badge. Had I done it, I would have said: Keep Calm and Write On (or Blog On).
I’ve got the list of 30 prompts, and I’m trying to think ahead in terms of responses, and how to keep them short, punchy, and informative. I’ve been doing narrative/prose lately that is often overlong. I’m going to work on communicative, clear and concise (as I used to tell my students). Time to take my own advice!