What do you like to experiment with? Experimentation, in my mind, is not only hugely fun but helpful. You may remember when we talked about getting un-stuck and trying new things. There's a bunch of positives involved with saying to yourself, "I don't have all the answers. I'm not sure that this new thing will provide me with anything other than failure (and potential ridicule), but I'm trying it anyway."
In January I embarked on a 20-day blog challenge--you can read about my reasons for this here and here. What I've learned through this process:
There are other benefits from this challenge but I won't go into all the details here ... I need time to tell you about the February Challenge instead.
Remember last week when I was talking about nurturing and its importance? Well, this month that's our focus. February and March are two of my least favorite months of the year (in New England it's the semi-end of winter and start of mud season which really is as ugly as it sounds). What better time to offer ourselves a little kindness than during these cold winter days?
Want to join in? The challenge is simple:
Welcome to the website of author J.P. Choquette (pronounced, "show-kett").
Are you a reader and new to J.P.'s writing? You might want to try a short story for free.
Already read a book? Have you checked out her other suspense novels?