I was so busy yesterday I didn't have a chance to do the FMF challenge. It's not a hard challenge, it's just a matter of writing things down is all. This week the word is tell.
And I've just spent a week telling folks some of my essentials in schooling at home.
Day one: books.
Day two: The P's
Day four: getting out of the house
Day Five: other folks
So many things to say and ways to say it it, and fear I didn't do it perfectly. And lately I've been thinking more about how to change my blog to make it more interesting to folks then just me aimlessly rambling on about stuff. I love having prompts to help me fill out a blog a bit more.
But I suffer from that insecurity right.. the.. but everyone else has written on thus and such before, why would my words matter? Or this person does a REALLY good job on their blog, so how can I compete with that?
This leads me to wonder about the whole competitiveness that is in the blog world. Can we be better than? Can we pretty up a review better than? It's just makes me wonder about the what do I really want to tell aspect of things.
Because I do want to tell.. I just don't want to be caught up in the competitiveness of things. Do you know what I mean?
How do YOU deal with that aspect of things? I'd really like to know.
Grab the word prompt, think on it as you will, but remember... you only get to write for FIVE minutes! And don’t forget to visit the blog of the person who linked up before you to leave some comment love.
All righty, whenever you’re ready, set your microwave timer the ol’ fashioned way like I do, and .. Think this week on the word TELL. :)
GO (then come back here and tell me so I can encourage you too!). :)