#PiBoIdBo Day 16-18

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PiBoIdMo Day 16-18

We are over the hump and headed full steam towards the end of the month. Over onTara Lazar‘s blog, people are commentimg away. I’ve enjoyed reading those as well. Have you?

Here’s what I’ve done over the last three days…

DAY 16
Katya Szewczuk encourages to play pretend as our characters to really get to know them.
*Walk a mile in someone’s shoes and see where it leads!*

DAY 17
Ryan Hipp encourages to draw inspiration from our passion.
*Do what you love & you’ll never work.*

DAY 18
Liza Woodruff encourages us to look around and be open to the possibilities that surround us.
*Ask “WHAT IF?” and see where the adventure leads.*

How am I doing?
I’ve added _2_ more idea over the last three days. Giving me a total of _13_. Again, this is not a sprint. This is a 30 day marathon. Keep on going! I’ll see you at the finish line.

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How are you doing?
What was you favorite post of the first half?

Until next time,

Happy Writing!
~t

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2 thoughts on “#PiBoIdBo Day 16-18

  1. Good for you Tracy! Fortunately its neither a sprint, nor a litmus test for “good” ideas. Stinkers count too. Good luck.

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