Thank you to the Two Writing Teachers
On the day before the 9th Annual SOLSC began, I drafted my playbook...
"Kicking off the 9th Annual Slice of Life Challenge, I will be writing and posting to my blog daily every day for the month of March. I have only completed the challenge once in four years so my plan is to start off with a playbook...I was inspired by theand 31 days later I'm reflecting! Thinking about key points from the playbook...
Lebron James Family Foundation Playbook
So here is my playbook for the month. I will:
I look forward to the goal of completing the slice of life challenge at the end of the month."
- Live like a writer (notice details, capture them in special ways and use for ideas)
- Appreciate every day moments
- Become a stronger teacher of writing (a big goal for me)
- Find a rhythm (try to draft, slice and comment at the same time every day)
- Reflect on the process
I know I lived like a writer, I noticed many juicy details, savored them and cooked up some great slices of my own.
I learned to appreciate every day moments even more.
I think I became better at writing.
However, I don't think I found a rhythm, but I do my best writing in the morning.
I read so many great slices about wonderful and sad times, ideas and parts of the community's lives. Thanks to all the slicers who left me comments-they inspire and connect me by creating webs within the web. I appreciate the teachers who organized the challenge-Stacey, Tara, Dana, Betsy, Anna, Deb, Beth and Kathleen. I thank you for the work you have done make this happen. I appreciate the volunteers who've helped out too. It's all about togetherness-rowing in the same direction! We made it through!