2015 A To Z Challenge in April

For the month of April, this blog will be taking part in a challenge, so my posting schedule will be a little different because I am participating in the A to Z blogging challenge.  Have you heard of this?  It’s where you are challenged to write everyday in the month of April starting with the 1st and using the letter A for a post.  I read this and thought what a great way to do more with your blog, have fun, meet new bloggers, & dig a little deeper into your blogging theme.  For me, I will be exploring living simple world……..It’ll be  simple living A to Z.
If you are interested in doing your own A to Z challenge here is some information about this challenge:

“To provide an example:  My “A” topic in the first year’s challenge was a debate using April Fool’s Day.   In 2011 my “B” topic was Blog Boggled–a regular feature on my blog.    For the letter “C” one could use candy or cake and post a recipe.    D could inspire a post about the letter grade”D” as you might receive on a test in school.   Maybe F could be represented by FE, the symbol for iron.
Try to be inventive and surprise us.  Hopefully your posts will be at least 100 words to show that you really put some kind of effort into your post.   Creativity can certainly come in less than 100 words. In 2011 Doris Plaster wrote a series of 50 word stories that eventually she published in book form.  If all you do normally is post a quote or something short, then keep it in the alphabet theme.  Don’t worry about your blog’s subject matter– this will work for absolutely any blog.  If you only post about food or animals or crafts or whatever, you can come up with alphabetized themes. ” taken from A to Z Challenge.com.

To join in on the fun, click here to join the 1300+ bloggers already signed up.  If you are joining in, please let me a comment below to let me know, so I can follow your challenge.  🙂
Will you join me with this challenge?

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