I talk a lot. I know I do. My husband used to tell me I’ve been inoculated with words. I used to occasionally ask him if he minded if I talked. This, of course was while he was trying to read or fall asleep. He would always say, “Does it matter?” and I would say, “No,” and keep on talking. So the good news for you, if you visit me here over the next 31 days, you’ll find 100 words or less.
That’s right, I’m joining the Write 31 Days Challenge. Writers from all over the world will be writing on a particular subject for 31 days straight. I have not chosen a particular topic, but rather my challenge is to: Keep it Short! Each post will be 100 words or less, or at least that is my challenge. Will I be able to do it? We shall see!
You can expect some words of encouragement, a quote, an idea or something to think about. Can I do it? We’re not taking bets, but you can cast your vote in the comments. Have you ever tried to limit your words, and say more with less verbiage? I’m up for it.
Now, let’s look at the word count and see how I did with this introduction and explanation:
What! 227 words!
Well, it’s the first day, so come back to see if I can get better every day!
Here’s the list updated daily:
Day 2: 90 Words on Thriving
Day 3: 117 Words on Thriving Mentally
Day 4: 140 Words on Thriving Spiritually
Day 5: 98 Words on Thriving Physically
Day 9: 100 Words on Thinking Right
Day 10: 100 Words on Declaring Truth
Day 11: 100 Words on Recognizing Lies
Day 12: 100 Words on Finding Truth
Day 13: 100 Words on Not Giving Up
Day 14: 100 Words on Experiencing Truth
Day 15: 163 Words on Imagination
Day 16: 117 Words on Believing
Day 17: 154 Words on Perseverance
Day 18: 156 Words on Negativity
Day 19: 128 Words on Knowing Truth
Day 21: 130 Words on Negative Snowballs
Day 23: 107 Words on Filling Up
Day 25: 109 Words on Being Happy
Day 26: 270 Words on Disparaging Others
Day 28: 200 Words on Favor
Day 29: 99 Words on the 2016 Election