So I was thinking about ideas for new challenges and thought about the weekly hubtopics challenge. And thought wouldn't it be great to push yourself and try to write a hub on the weekly topic each week for a year.
What do you think? Too easy, too hard?
I think this is a great idea for a challenge. I also think it will be just that - a challenge. I think I'm gonna try!
Hi Denise, how is it going?
This sounds like a great idea, but what if we are not conversant with the topic(s)?
Hi Viryabo...sorry I missed you.
Well, my response to your query is: "that is what is meant by 'challenge'
I've done a few of those, "what a yukky topic" and they are a challenge for sure! Hope to see you around, Viryabo.
You are right. It is supposed to be a challenge. Lost inspiration lately, but i will keep "trudging" on. Cant give up now.
Might join this challenge and see how it goes.
Good to see you Denise.
Hello, and this is a great surprise. Usually the timing is off.
This month I'm focused on the Review Contest. I'll probably do the WTI another month, but I don't think I am interested in doing it for a solid year. That's too long of a commitment for my taste, Take care and enjoy your week.
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