I’ve been participating in the “Six-Word Saturday” challenges for some time now, and I enjoy it. I don’t have something to say every single Saturday, but it’s fun to take part as often as I can. I also began posting a “Seven-Word Sunday” post on two of my blogs last year. And, again, I don’t hit it every single week, but I post as often as I can.
Now, this week, I got a really kooky idea. Why not do a post every day of the week — each day receiving its own number of words?
Monday = One-Word Post
Tuesday = Two-Word Post
Wednesday = Three-Word Post
Thursday = Four-Word Post
Friday = Five-Word Post
Saturday = Six-Word Post
Sunday = Seven-Word Post
So that’s what I’m going to do for the next three weeks. Now, I will be posting other regular posts as well, as the mood strikes me, but I’m going to challenge myself to say something relevant — or at least that means something to me — in the restricted number of words for each day.
I’d like to invite all my readers to take part in the experiment. There’s no challenge except to yourself — to come up with words that say something significant without any excess fluff.
If you take part, there’s no need to link back to me. You’re welcome to post a link to your own posts in the “Comments” of my post for that day if you want to do so. But there’s no requirement. And you don’t have to take part every day. Just think about it and see if you can have some fun with it.
Of course, on Saturdays, I will link back to the original hostess of the “Six-Word Saturday” challenge, just because I think it’s the polite thing to do.
Now — to get started on this unique posting experience!