Reflections on the 2021 #AToZChallenge

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This month I really enjoyed taking part in the 2021 Blogging from A to Z April Challenge if you want to catch up on my posts you can read them here.

One thing that I liked the most about the challenge this year was reading the other posts. I do not usually take the time to do much reading of other blog posts but this challenge has kind of put me in the habit of reading other posts and I hope to stick to it. I have also discovered new blogs and have revisited one that I had not read in a while. I do wish that I would have put more time into reading more blog posts than I did. This is something I could have done more of and I hope to improve on it. I do not have any dislikes when it comes to this challenge. I did find myself having to really brainstorm when coming up with posts for certain letters but that made it more fun and interesting for me. 

This challenge has shown me that I am able to write almost every day. I was glad for the break on Sundays but it was fun to have a deadline each day. I had a few days of working to the last minute and some days of playing catch up but I am thankful I got to complete it all in the end. It has given me that encouragement I needed to keep writing. I hope to take part in it again next year.

As I said before I wish I got to read more blogs this month but here are the blogs I got to read for this challenge.

Sue’s Trifles

Sue’s posts discussed passages from the Bible corresponding to a word for each letter of the alphabet. You can read her post for letter A here.

Iain Kelly

Get a guide to Iain’s trio of novels titled “The State Trilogy”. You can read the first post in the A-Z series here.

A Multitude of Musings

Astrid discusses aroma therapy and various essential oils and their uses. Read the first post in the A-Z series here.

Lynnette Forest

Lynnette takes the reader on interesting journeys through short stories. You will be introduced to interesting characters along the way. Read the first post in the A-Z series here.

Some extra thoughts

You can get a recap of the overall challenge and read reflections by other participants here.

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