I’m not sure how many of you may be aware, but Wego Health decided to put an awesome twist this year on the annual November event of National Blog Post Month (NaBloPoMo). They’ve introduction National Health Blog Post Month (#NHBPM). So, in addition to the challenge of posting on your blog every day for the month of November, they’ve introduced the added challenge of making every post something health-related. Even though we’re already at November 3, there’s still time to sign up and play along if you want. They even send you a list of writing prompts (two for each day) that you can use throughout the month if you don’t know what to write about on any given day.
Since I’ve participated in NaBloPoMo in the past, I decided to give NHBPM a try this year. I actually hadn’t heard of it until yesterday when Susan (a.k.a. @foodiemcbody) posted about it on Facebook and Twitter. Apparently a few other people saw her posting about it as well because no sooner had I sent her a tweet to tell her I’d signed up, Laura (@BikiniCountdown) and Mae (@reducedfatgirl) sent tweets saying they’d signed up as well. So, don’t you want to join in with us, too? C’mon, you know you do! 🙂 I’ll be posting all month over on my personal blog, but thought I would share it here today as well since I think it’s such a cool concept!
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So, to give you an idea of what the prompts are like, the topics for yesterday where to either 1) write about the weirdest thing about your health or 2) find a quote and use it to inspire you. I didn’t really have anything to go with for the first one, so I opted to find a quote and let it inspire me. I posted a couple of different quotes on my blog for this yesterday, but I’ll just go with one of them here. This has been a favorite quote of mine for many years and it always inspires me to never give up!
Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other. ~Walter Elliot
Do you have favorite quotes that inspires you? If so, leave us a comment with the quote along with why/how it inspires you. Who knows, you just might inspire someone else in the process.
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