Every day for a month

This month of blogging has been quite a commitment. I have kept others waiting while I blogged away each and every day. I have put things off. I have cleared time. I have made writing, thinking, considering and publishing a daily priority for thirty-one days.

back seat

Some things have had to take a back seat.

Still, I managed to get the most important work done. File my taxes.  Take an awesome trip. See a friend. Work on the school’s budget. Hire a new coordinator. Get to physical therapy. Make a few dinners. And rest each and every night.

successful writer

I did not manage to get all my work done. Get to the post office to pick up a certified letter.See a dear friend for an important birthday. Read the book my book club read this month. Look into a much needed new cell phone. Plan for an important upcoming conference. Or have extra time to sit and ponder at the end of any of these thirty-one days.

 

 

There has been pressure.  broken pencil tip

There has been stress.

There has been growth.

 

WRITING … and publishing each and EVERY DAY FOR A MONTH

  • is a commitment
  • is a journey
  • is a ridiculously HUGE learning experience

 

WRITING … and publishing each and EVERY DAY FOR A MONTH

  • could spell the start of a new habit
  • could spell the dawn of a new attitude
  • could spell the rearranging of priorities.

 

WRITING … and publishing each and EVERY DAY FOR A MONTH

has enabled me to truly be able to say . . .

i am a writer

Will I sign up again next year?  Will you?

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Thank you to Two Writing Teachers for this incredibly challenging month of writing. Proud to be a member of the Slice of Life Challenge community and the SOLC2016 challenge.  I did it!  Whooooo hoooooo!  For more writers who’ve committed themselves to write every day for a month click here.

SOL with website

 

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About Be Strong. Be Courageous. Be You

Principal at the Sweetest Little School by the Sea at the north end of Los Angeles Harbor. Working to make the world a little more awesome.
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9 Responses to Every day for a month

  1. elsie says:

    What a month this has been! I’m so glad Julianne dragged you into this world so I get to see part of the world from your viewpoint. You’ll be back, won’t you? 🙂

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  2. Tara Smith says:

    I hope you sign up next year, Dana…and I hope we see you on Tuesdays!

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  3. MAK says:

    I’m in for next year! I hope you are too. I like your list of positives. As difficult as it was, the positives greatly outweigh the difficulties. See you next year!

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  4. Yes, you are a writer, Dayna! It’s been quite a journey, one that made all the sacrifices worth it. (I am looking forward to reading a book, though!)

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  5. Fran says:

    So good to see you here each and every day, Dayna! You are a writer! Some days are easier than others, but writing every day gives you a student perspective as well!

    Congratulations!

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  6. djvichos says:

    Thank you for putting my month into words. I felt like I put a lot on the back burner, too, but also accomplished so much with my writing. I admire the upbeat, positive messages in your slice. They leave the reader feeling refreshed! Congrats!

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  7. Congrats on finishing the challenge!! Hoooray! Also, thanks for the kind words on my blog when you tried out Kahoot! I hope you find a time and place to play (staff meeting!!!) and have some fun! Happy April!

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  8. jarhartz says:

    So glad you l’re here! Funny to connect in this way. Look back at our journeys, who’d thought we’d be here now,

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  9. margaretsmn says:

    I’m a subscriber to your blog now, so I hope there is more. Tuesdays, for sure. And maybe an occasional DigiLit Sundays. I love your voice.

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