#DoOverBook Challenge: Day 1, Take 3
I’m 4 days into a 10 day challenge Jon Acuff is leading and I only followed through on Day 1. My Do Over goal? Write for 10 minutes each day. But the problem is I over think everything I write. At least on here. Nope, take that back. Everything means everywhere. I tend to edit as I type rather than just letting the words come and then worry about sentence structure and all that jazz. Thank you very much liberal arts education at a writing intense school. Shout out to all my Randy-Mac girls out there who can never “just write” again.
But maybe my first mistake was committing to posting a blog entry every day for 10 days. The challenge is to work on something you’d like to do over (complete or improve from a previous attempt) for 10 minutes every day for 10 days. I
can’t haven’t been able to get a post out in 10 minutes yet. Nope. I’m too busy editing as I write and then thinking about which pictures I can insert or what graphic I can make on my phone.
Not this time. Not for the next 10 days. Nope, I’m just going to write for 10 minutes. Whatever God puts on my heart and then I’m going to hit the publish button. Well, I’ll go back and edit for typos and such. To do otherwise would be sheer madness. Or is it shear?
So here I go, starting the Do Over Challenge, for the second time. Why did I start over the first time? That’s another blog. Ooh, I can spend ten minutes on that tomorrow.