New Routines #SOLC Day 16

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This month I am participating in the Slice of Life Challenge. I will be posting slices from my very own life every day in March. This challenge is a part of the Two Writing Teachers blog. Click here to learn more information about the challenge.

Today is the first day of my Coronavirus break. I have two creative calls today which I am looking forward to. One for my book club for Don’t Keep Your Day Job and my critique group later this evening.

I have started the day with two poems. One each from two favorite poets: Billy Collins and Naomi Shihab Nye. I will find a short story to read today and I am sure there are some new podcasts in my app.

I have started my morning pages and then switched to blogging for this challenge. Today will be filled with writing. I also wrote with my Sarah Selecky writing prompt today.

I have more revision to do for my #100rejections project. There are submissions that need to be sent today.

Do you have a new routine today? I would love to hear about it and your process.

Published by TammyB

Tammy Breitweiser is a writer and teacher who is a force of nature and woman of honor; seer of nuance; an accidental inspirationalist; a keeper of the little red doors, and a conjurer of everyday magic who is busy writing short stories. Her poetry has been published in The Storyteller Magazine. Her flash fiction in Spelk, Cabinet of Heed, Clover and White, and Elephants Never. Her essay is published in the I Wrote it Anyway anthology. You can also connect with Tammy through Twitter @Tlbreit

4 thoughts on “New Routines #SOLC Day 16

  1. Wow you are busy! Where do you find your poems and other books? Do you use a library? I have access to an online library in Australia but they often don’t have what I’m looking for. I have to say I don’t know who Sarah Selecky is!!
    School is closed now for maybe two weeks, so I’m planning to teach/reteach my teachers (not first language English speakers) synthetic phonics, how to listen to reading, what stuff like inferencing is and how to talk about books with students and some grammar and mispronunciation points that are sometimes key to misunderstanding! There are only 6 of them, so I figure we can gather without causing a health problem….!

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    1. I get a daily email from the Paris Review that provides a poem in my inbox. There are a couple blogs that were sending out poetry prompts with mentor texts where the other came from yesterday. Are you doing your training in person or over something like Zoom?

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