It’s funny I am ending this blog post waiting, just like I did when I started it. My husband is even making the same dinner. Luckily, this time my car is not the problem and the dinner actually was completely cooked. I am proud that I only missed 3 days of blogging. So how did this challenge change me?
- I became more reflective. I spend the day thinking will this make a good blog post. Is there a lesson to learn? How I can improve?
- I handle bumps in the road better. This month, I interviewed and did not get a job I would love. It was the first time in my life I did not get the job that I interviewed for. So that was a big setback. I really didn’t flip a gasket. I reflected about what I could do differently. I also sought feedback. I am not sure that I would have been so calm.
- Writing my blog made me focus even more on the positive and what I choose to do. Also reading others blogs have made me even better.
- My days seem more focused because I spend the time at night reviewing the day as I write.
- I view myself as a capable writer. I always have had a complex about my ability to write. This month has given me more confidence about my writing. I am not afraid to put my words to paper. I figured out that I write better when I think of a particular person reading my writing. I like the idea of Chris Crouch reading this and that is who I visualize reading it.
So will I do it again. YES! I have signed up for a May challenge. Thanks Connie for bringing this to my attention.