First of all, THANK YOU so much to everyone who participated and to the lovely Sara Biren, Katy Upperman, Alison Miller, Liz Parker, for letting me co-host this year’s #WriterRecharge…it’s time for the wrap-up!
I want to schedule some more reading time…When I used to commute, it was easy to read LOTS of books in the train and I want to read at least 4 books this month, including a book that my husband recommended based on a show he heard on NPR: Ghost Boy –> I did schedule more reading time but not enough to fulfill this goal. However, on the positive side? Plato The Dog is now more adjusted to our home so I should be able to get some more reading done. HALF-YAY!
Continue learning Photoshop. I’ve been teaching myself a few tricks but I’d like to explore a bit more and become familiar with more of the features available. –> I’m having LOTS of fun with Photoshop. Love it. ALL-THE-WAY YAY!
Working out again. It’s been forever since the last time I worked out. I hurt my ankle, then got a bad cold and now am just lazy. Time to get my butt moving. I need to work out at least 3 times a week in February (not counting walking Plato the dog). –> Definite yay! While I didn’t get as many “formal” workouts as I wanted, I still did pretty well in this area!
Writer’s Retreat. I still cannot believe that on this Friday, I’ll be heading down to West Virginia with some amazing writers for a weekend retreat (so looking forward to meeting all of them in real life :)) –> Yay, yay, yay! This was really amazing and refreshing and everything Can we go back?
Plan a few outings with the husband: going for walks, maybe the movies and I think, I think he’s taking me to a nice restaurant on Valentine’s Day (he hinted upon it several times) 🙂 so I’m looking forward to that. I’d also like to start taking more pictures again. –> This was a definite yay too! 🙂 While the nice restaurant changed into Waffle House (common decision and fun one too), we did go on some walks and spent some quality time together. Plus I got to take more pictures 🙂
Did you participate in Writer Recharge?
Don’t forget to visit Sara’s blog to link your wrap-up post! And thanks again SO MUCH for participating!
On top of it, because Sara is all kind of awesome, she has put together an adorable and oh so practical care package (pictured below and including: a cream scarf, a mug, Earl Grey tea, Pink Pineapple nail polish, Beachy nail polish, a 4-pack of Always Anna notebooks, and notecards).
Anyone who has participated in #WriterRecharge via Twitter or their blog will be automatically eligible. Winner to be drawn March 6th!
11 thoughts on “#WriterRecharge 2015 – Wrap-up”
That picture is beautiful, Elodie. Congrats on all you accomplished this month, and I’m with you — another writing retreat, please! Let’s meet up to write via Twitter soon. ❤
The retreat sounds awesome! And congrats on all you did this month.
Happy to hear that Plato is settling in nicely. He’s such a cutie! I’m still super envious of you ladies and your AWESOME writing retreat. It’s my dream to attend a writing retreat someday. You should jump in on a writing sprint sometime soon, Elodie! I’d love to write with you and Katy and some other lovely ladies. 😀
Great job on everything you did this month! Have a blast with on your writing retreat.
Wow, that photo is stunning! Great job with the goals! 🙂
Yay for you and for Plato the Dog 🙂
That pic is GORGEOUS.
Thanks for hosting Recharge!
You did an awesome job this month!!! And yay for Plato getting adjusted. Such a cute puppy! Sorry I missed you at the retreat, but maybe one day soon!
Sounds like overall you had a really good month! Extra points for doing all this with a new dog in the house. 🙂 Thanks for co-hosting once again – it was fun!
I’m still so jealous of that retreat you guys did–so awesome. It’s been a blast hosting with you!
What an awesome month you’ve had! Have fun learning Photoshop, and feel free to tweet me if you have any questions about it — I know a lot of illustration-y tricks and partenr knows a lot of photo editing and general ‘shopping tricks.
Hooray for Plato getting more settled in! New animals in the house can be…exciting. And thank you so much for hosting!