I know, two posts in one day. Weird. But it’s the last day of November, and I have some housekeeping announcements to share.
Remember the other day when I mentioned Reverb11 and how I was really looking forward to it? Well…last night I got an email that went something like this:
…I won’t be hosting Reverb this year. “
NOOOOOOOOooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooo!!!! I’ve been looking forward to this for MONTHS!!!!!!!!!
But it’s OK! Because the email went on to explain how to host your own Reverb. And after I read that part (and after a leetle bit of railing at the Universe) I went through my email folders and found all of last year’s prompts. I took my favourites and then added some prompts of my own to fill in the blanks. I created a Facebook page. And then I programmed a social media manager to post a daily prompt on that Facebook page every morning at 6:30 am my time (I was going to post it on here and then edit the post to include my response when I’d written it, but then I realized that that would royally screw up the email-subscriptions).
So, basically, if you feel like Reverbing with me, YAY AND HOORAY. You can pop over to my FB page and “Like” me, and then you’ll see prompts each day at 6:30 am Atlantic Time…or you can wait until whenever I happen to post during the day and see what the prompt is then. Totally up to you. And, if you feel like it, you can share your own Reverb posts over there too (again, up to you).
Even if you don’t want to Reverb, I’d love to see you over on my page. It’s brand new, but I can already tell it’s going to be fun!
Oh! And I made a badge! My first-ever badge! Feel free to snag it and post it if you’re badge-inclined.
You’ll be hearing from me a lot this month. Ready?
If you have NO IDEA what Reverb is, it’s an every-day-in-December journalling/blogging practice. Each day features a prompt that either helps you integrate the past year or envision what you want to create in the next one (sometimes both). I did it last year, and it was beyond awesome. And it appears that this year it’s up to me to create my own.