100 Days of _________

Today Maureen began “100 days of coding” which challenges participants to spend an hour a day learning a computer language. She’s choosing a data science related study-path. I decided to tailor the task to myself and do 100 days of writing. So each day from today until July 24th, I’ll be putting pen to paper (or fingertip to computer key) for an hour a day in the interest of crafting short stories.

I used to write short stories all the time (read some!), but this hobby kind of fell by the wayside. I’m excited to see what I can come up with! I have half a mind to create a short story based on each of the songs from the album I’ve been working on (over halfway done at this point). I will commit to the writing, and let it take me wherever it wants to go.

Take the challenge. Make it fit for you. What can you commit to 100 days of?

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