It’s Tuesday, it’s busy, and you might be talking yourself out of making space to write. . . Push back against the idea that there isn’t time for you to create. Carving out time for yourself as a writer is important. We hope you will take a few minutes to craft a slice of life to share with the #TWTBlog community.
Write a Slice of Life.
Share your link in the comments section of this post.
Give comments to at least three other Slice of Life stories.
Thinking Ahead to the March Slice of Life Story Challenge
Last year’s Slice of Life Story Challenge helped members of our writing community feel more connected as educators and humans when COVID-19 hit many of our communities. As the pandemic continues to rage, the #TWTBlog team recognizes the strain on educators. We hope the Slice of Life Community can offer balance to an imbalanced and imperfect world.
Are you wondering how to make space for a daily writing habit in a hectic year?Join #TWTBlog Co-Authors, Stacey Shubitz and Betsy Hubbard, along with eight members of the Slice of Life Community for a Facebook Live Session on Sunday, January 31st at 2:00 p.m. EDT. We’ll be talking about why taking the time to cultivate and maintain a daily writing habit matters — especially now.
If you are interested in donating prizes to the March SOLSC, you can find more information here.
If you will be returning as a Slicer this year in March, we hope you will consider joining our team of Welcome Wagon volunteers. If you missed our post calling for volunteers, please check it out to find out why this job is so important. If you’re ready to sign up, you can do that here.
Thank you! We are so appreciative of the #TWTBlog community of writers!
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