Tonight, in TeachWrite’s Time to Write Zoom gathering, it was announced that the January Challenge was to post our 2022 Writing Resolutions, and that caused me to really think.
You know, I have been putting words down on paper since I was eight years old (Thank you, Mrs. Reece, for the encouragement!), and I don’t think I have ever made resolutions about my writing.
It’s about time that I did.
(Of course, when I went to load the photo, I noticed that I was so excited to write my “h’ — my favourite fauxligraphy letter — that I spelled “Twitch” wrong. But one of my other resolutions is to cut back on my perfectionism, so — even though it KILLS me — I’m not redoing it!)
This year I am going to concentrate on my development as a professional writer, so a set of resolutions not only makes sense, but is practically a necessity. I am glad that someone poked me to do it.
What about you? What are your writing resolutions for 2022?
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