With this post, I've written every day during the month of March.
I can't even remember when I've stepped back and written every day (excepting school and work assignments).
Ten things I've learned:
1. How to make Weebly work with my phone and iPad. Only one entry became a casualty of my ineptitude.
2. My life isn't terribly interesting, but I've found something to write about every day.
3. Even my husband uses writing to resolve problems. It's a useful skill for anyone.
4. I haven't decided if I'm comfortable sharing with an audience every day. I need to keep that in mind with students in my classroom.
5. I work best with a challenge in front of me. There were some days I wouldn't have written if I didn't feel obligated.
6. March is a really crazy, insane month, and challenges like writing every day or getting a new puppy would be easier in, say, July. However, being overly busy isn't as bad as it could be.
7. I need to figure out how to become better at commenting from my phone and iPad. That experience wasn't always smooth.
8. I'm looking forward to writing every Tuesday even if that's a meet day for the next six weeks.
9. I might feel better writing every day with paper and pen, a physical writer's notebook. However, digital publishing makes sharing much easier.
10. I am a writer!