Setting Intentions for my Blog
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Thanks for coming either way.
This is a safe space. That is because I feel safe when I am here. You may feel safe as well.
Today’s challenge is setting intentions for the blog I am creating. So here it goes. Let me have a hand at it.
My Intentions For This Blog
- To be the best blogger I can be
- To value readers’ opinions and needs
- To be in my knowing and strive for better
To be clear. There’s more.
I wish to include as many readers from as many backgrounds as possible.
There will be a weekly schedule that will allow you to tune in once a week, if that’s your jam, or every day if you prefer. Or even just once in a while.
WEEKLY BLOG THEMES
Monday – Possibilities Playground
*Caters to new ideas and new learners
*Good for kids and fun lovers of all ages
Tuesday – Young Titan Zone
*Great for older kids into teens, adults ok too I am sure
*Hope to make into graphic novels some day (illustrator welcome)
Wednesday – Midweek Musings
*They are musings after all
*Which suggests they will be mused when they are ready to muse
Thursday – Epic Adventures
*Not for the faint of heart
*Writings about vast worlds waiting to be explored
Friday – Wild Card Day
*Could be any of the previous themes, or an entirely new topic
*May eventually include a poll for voting on the wild card theme
Saturday – Free Play Day
*Just a day to do nothing
*Or maybe write… if I feel inspired
Sunday – Soul Connection
*This is not a religious serial
*But it is very spiritual
*It is about God stuff
*I hope it helps you truly
I believe that does it for my intentions for this blog. So far.
Going for good enough. And keeping on writing.
Blessings to you all.
Day 13 of 30 Day Blog and Self-Soothing Challenges
The blog series in which I am completing my challenge from 30dayblogchallenge.com!
As well as a self-made challenge inspired by Abraham Hicks in which I self-soothe myself through negative emotion.
At the end of this 30 day journey I intend to be more fully on my life’s path, “all systems go.”
Thank you for reading. Blessings.