Calling all Health Activist — Write For a Month Challenge by WEGO Health!!!
Posted Mar 19 2012 8:50pm
I’m joining the challenge! Am I crazy? Well yes, we’ve already established that fact. I do have a verified mental illness, and now I have been diagnosed with a brain disorder so you, my friend, are absolutely right when you say, “She is insane if she thinks she can pull this off!”
May we take wagers? Who out there thinks I can do it? Who would dare to take that bet? hummmmm? Well, I will. I will take you on! WEGO gives you 2 days that you can miss. I vow to post no less than 28 days in April! I’ve already read the prompts, we don’t have to follow them, but some are really good…so you may be seeing a new side of writing from Wendy.
Now for you who want to wager against me……just remember all the things I’ve over come. And also think…It’s March 19th, and she’s already started writing next month’s posts. Maybe you should rethink that bet. *wink*
So here’s the official call to arms…or should I say to computers, laptops, ipads…oh what ever you use these days!
Hey everyone – I just wanted to tell you about a new activity I’ll be doing this April. The Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge hosted by WEGO Health. I will be writing a post a day for all 30 days. I hope you’ll join me in writing every day about health. It’s going to be a lot of fun and I’d love to see what you have to say about each of the topics, too. All you have to do to join is sign up here: http://info.wegohealth.com/HAWMC2012 and you’ll be able to start posting once April rolls around. Looking forward to writing with you!
You can really tell I didn’t write that huh?
I will be writing a lot more about this new diagnosis of course, and just what it’s like to live with a disability. If I think of it, and it I feel it needs to be said, you know it’s going to be regurgitated here. (lovely picture huh?)
If you are a health blogger, jump on in. Give it a try. Some of my days may just be a photo and a quote, but as long as it’s appropriate, that’s alright. We can do it, get the word out, we have chronic illnesses and don’t want to be invisible any more!!