This challenge encourages to write freely for five minutes on a given topic, each day for the months of October, without major re-writing or corrections. I have labelled it Five Minutes of Summer because already it is summer here in Australia.
How Three Survivors of Suicide Spent Their Last Days On Earth - http://wp.me/p6xgta-oS Incredibly powerful stories, revealing in the way the writers take the reader into their heads and reveal their thinking. As a young person, I worked as a Nurse and never understood my patients as much as I did after reading this post.… Continue reading Survivors of Suicide Day 18 – Worth and Day 22 – Value
Five Minutes of Summer – New Online Blogging Challenge
The 31 Days Free Writing Challenge, an online writing challenge started by home blogger, Myquillyn Smith (The Nester), and now hosted by Crystal Stine, and Kate Motaung where bloggers pick one topic and write a post on that topic every day in October.
Who do you trust? Why do we trust one another? Five minutes of free writing on the topic : trust
Who or what do you love? The things we love make us a large part of who we are. Can you make a top 10 list?
This challenge is to write freely for five minutes without editing - on the topics listed on the landing page (link provided below) - Not as easy as you think...... Day 6 - Possible Anything is possible they tell you. Well frankly, anything isn't always possible. You can not sing opera if you have never… Continue reading Day 6 : POSSIBLE 31 Days of Free Writes
Home is what you make it. Five minutes of Free Writing about the Home in the 31 Days of Free Writing Challenge: Five Minutes of Summer
31 days of free writing for five minutes: rubbish or really spontaneous text? I have joined in the challenge and today's topic, embrace is the last thing I feel like.....
31 Days Five minutes of Free Writing Association - A way of me to document my thoughts as summer approaches - a kind of cyber diary. Today's theme - Capture 8.45pm The ever-changing nature of the seasons help us notice the passing of each calendar year and summer even more so than the other four,… Continue reading 31 Days of Free Writing Day 3