First of all, I’d like to say that I’m very much looking forward to Saturday, not because it’s a weekend, but because I will be spending four hours indulging in one of my passions: writing.
Thanks to The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s Brew Your Best Year 2014 campaign, I got the chance to submit a piece (a rework of an old blog post) for consideration in nabbing a slot in the Feature Writing 101 workshop, to be facilitated by Writer’s Block Philippines. Thankfully, I got a slot, and I can’t be more excited!
If last year was about singing, this year seems to be a whole lot about writing. I’ve been doing a lot more in terms of communiqués for my company’s arts group, and then I was roped into producing content for our department’s promotional website. This year also saw me getting back into actively blogging (in the sense that I wouldn’t let a month go without a post, and that I would endeavor to post more than once in a month) and just writing in general (poetry, anyone?) I’d also like to put it out there that
To further support that, I decided to join in with The Daily Post’s Writing 201. My personal objective in joining this workshop is to become a self-sufficient writer. Let’s be real: I foresee that most of my writing will be done on my non-profit, non-commercial, and quite personal blog (with smatterings of general interest). While it would benefit me to get the services of an editor, or bother someone to do my proofreading, I just honestly cannot be bothered 😛 .
Through the workshop, I would like to at least, be able to look at my writing with a critical eye in terms of content and flow, that I can practice doing some proofreading, and that I can practice patience with myself in terms of publishing content.
That said, I’m just all looking forward to everything, and to get all the writing I need to be doing. I do have a bunch of blog post ideas pending, so stay tuned! \o/ Until next time!