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Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Zip thru Autumn - an #AtoZchallenge Event

Zip Thru Autumn #atozchallenge event


The cooler temperatures of Autumn (especially in America) bring about zippered jackets. In some areas, as chlorophyll breaks down, leaves change from green to hues of red, yellow, or brown fall foliage. Bloggers have asked the team for a second, but easier, challenge event during this season. Here it is!

No Masterlist, no forms to fill out, and no special place for links. You might want to share links to your posts using the #AtoZchallenge hashtag, or in the comments of these posts. That's up to you. 

Do as much or as little as you like during this reverse alphabet challenge. 

Here are some SUGGESTED prompts.
We propose doing two posts a week for this event.


Sept 21- 27 ~  Zero excuses, Yearn to
Sept 28- Oct 4 ~ Xenodochy in blogging, Why blog
Oct 5- Oct 11 ~  Variety, Unique to my blog
Oct 12- Oct 18 ~ Ten-year plan, SMART goals
Oct 19- Oct 25 ~ Recommend, Questions for visitors
Oct 26- Nov 1 ~ Priorities, Open
Nov 2- Nov 7 ~ Never blog this, Motivating 
Nov 9- Nov 15 ~ Lesson, Know where I've been
Nov 16- Nov 22 ~ Joy and Job in blogging, Ideas 
Nov 23- Nov 29 ~ Happy Habits, Goal of your blog for remaining 2022 
Nov 30- Dec 6 ~ Fortitude, Easy tips 
Dec 7- Dec  13~ Dare, Chance 
Dec 14- Dec 20 ~ Balance, Achievements in 2022



7 comments:

2 gators said...

OH THIS sounds so much fun thank you!

Corinne Rodrigues said...

Great idea! Will give this a shot!

Natasha said...

Sounds super enticing. The question now is to be, or not to be!? :)

Corinne Rodrigues said...

My first post. https://thefrangipanicreative.com/zero-excuses/

Natasha said...

My first post:

https://natashamusing.com/2022/09/zero-excuses-birding-escapades-natasha-musing/

Sonia dogra said...

This sounds exciting Lenni. It might help resurrect my dormant blog.

Miss Andi said...

This sounds great, I like that it's less pressure, 2 per week sounds perfectly doable - we'll see if motivation holds though :) Thanks for organising!