#WritingRedeemed

31day2016

Image: Cynthia Mercaldo (link at bottom of page)

All posts for 2016 Write 31 Days here:

#writingredeemed

 

…it’s not about getting all the words right.

 

I am joining in for the Write 31 Days challenge. This is the fourth time I have participated I have written the following: 31 Days of Faith Life Preservers, 31 Days of Fitting in Fitness, and Planning with Purpose (31 Days of Planner Tips). This year I am Writing Redeemed…I hope you join me for the journey.

 

Post 1:  Let’s Talk (for 31 Days?)

Post 2: Writing Redeemed

Post 3: Sometimes I Digress…

Post 4: When All Your Bridges Are Burning

Post 5: What is Your Focus?

Post 6: Turning the Tables

Post 7:  What Are Words For?

Post 8: How I Stay Committed to My Writing Life

Post 9: Prophecy’s Son

Post 10: Swallowing Hard the Pill of Rejection

Post 11: What The Rose Knows

Post 12: Addressing Death While Walking with a Boy?

Post 13: What Are You Writing?

*Post 14: I cannot tell a lie. I was too      ______________   to write/publish today:

(pick one from below that seems good to you)

  • a) tired and/or lazy
  • b) busy and/or stressed
  • c) unorganized and/or distracted
  • d) all of the above

Please forgive?

Post 15: Organic Writing

Post 16: The Resting Place

Post 17: The Pressure of Profundity and the Plight of One Dimensional Living

Post 18: Writing Phases

Post 19: Does The Pressure To Be Best Kill Our Best Efforts?

*Post 20: See Post 14 comment

*Post 21: See Post 14 comment

Post 22: 4 Seasons of the Writing Life (Part 1)

Post 23: The (Christian) Writer’s Inquiry

Post 24: 4 Seasons of the Writing Life: Season 1- Contemplate

*Post 25: See Post 14 comment

*Post 26: See Post 14 comment

Post 27: 4 Seasons of the Writing Life: Season 2- Create

*Post 28: See Post 14 comment

Post 29:  4 Seasons of the Writing Life: Season 3- Cultivate

Post 30: 4 Seasons of the Writing Life: Season 4- Harvest

Post 31: Writing Through All Seasons

I am thankful for the beautiful image for my Writing Redeemed theme this month by Cynthia Mercaldo Photography, Thanks, Cynthia!

 

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