Below is an entry I was sent from WEGO Health as part of an email package with stuff to tweet, facebook and blog:
"Hey everyone - I just wanted to tell you about a new activity I'll be doing this April. The Health Activist Writer's Month Challenge hosted by WEGO Health. I will be writing a post a day for all 30 days. I hope you'll join me in writing every day about health. It's going to be a lot of fun and I'd love to see what you have to say about each of the topics, too. All you have to do to join is sign up here: http://info.wegohealth.com/
HAWMC2012 and you'll be able to start posting once April rolls around. Looking forward to writing with you!"
They emailed me a while ago, inviting me to take part in "a post a day" challenge for the month of April. Being that April coincidentally happens to be "Autism Awareness" month, I accepted.
I have already received the prompts for the month of April, you don't have to stick to them, but I guess it's a way to get you started. I'm a little apprehensive to say the least. I hate committing to long-term projects because I can never be sure I'd be able to see them out. Especially since becoming a special needs parent.
Curve balls get thrown your way.
I've always been very impulse-driven though, and I don't like to do things half-way. I didn't really do all that much for Autism Awareness last year for the month of April because I had so much other stuff going on.
The WEGO Challenge seemed like a nice idea when I read about it, I figured my course would be just about finished by then, and thought I should join in as much as possible this year.
So that will be my April "light it up blue" project.