Day 12: Be My Guest

Research tells us, that for something to become a habit it takes 21 day. Self reach tells me, that when I stop doing something (like blogging) I tend not to start up again. Today is day 12 of the 31 Day Blog Challenge host and designed by Sara from Hooking For Cash. I already have a confession to make.

I skipped yesterday. (Day 11)

And why, you ask, because I was afraid of the topic: Issue a call to action to your readers. Doubt and fears made me think, “Michelle, what in the world do you have to offer anyone to call them to some action?” I thought the answer was a big fat: nothing!

Yet, this morning I got up and here I am writing my Day 12 blog post. Little victories, people. Celebrate the little victories because sometimes the big ones never come.

Enough confession time, let’s get down to Day 12’s topic: Guest Bloggers! I love writing and I’ve had a few of my short stories published on the web. Often the different publishers will issue a Call for Submissions. One of the best things about this 31 Day Challenge is that I’m getting to meet (and read) so many great blogs that I hadn’t read before.

I’m posting a Call for submissions. Twice a month, I’d like to feature a guest blogger her at Milah’s. If you are a crochet blogger or have a crochet business I want you! Do you have a neat way you’ve solved a crochet problem, have any thoughts about how crochet helps you stay calm or connect with God, want to share how you go about creating you patterns and crochet items, or how you started your crochet business?

All you need to do is Follow my page and leave a comment below. (Like how I threw in my call to action?)

I’d love to see you here as a Guest Blogger!
M

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