What’s Next for Writeful Mind?

On this, the last assignment of the Writing 101 course ~ Day 20! ~ we’re prompted to think about what’s next for our blogs. Oh, the possibilities!

  • A newsletter, which I listed as one of my goals. I’ve already got a MailChimp account, so it’s a matter of sitting down and getting a crude copy done.
  • Regular posts with my daily series feature in mind. I’ve just been trying to finish the course before focusing more on that, but now that I have finished, I can devote more time to the series posts.
  • Creating events to get the blogging community involved.
  • Writeful Mind merchandise, which already includes a coffee mug, T-shirt, and a journal, available through Zazzle.
  • Growing my community of fellow bloggers so that we can all help each other as our blogs become more successful.
  • Taking any further WordPress courses that I might find beneficial.
  • Continuing to share my stories, in the hopes that they’ll help other people.

In conclusion of this course, I would like to sincerely thank:

  • @cherilucas @alexjgustafson and @susanrnet for hosting such a great course.
  • my fellow members of Café Blog for the support and advice given within the group. I hope that Café Blog will continue to grow.
  • those who reached out to me in The Commons to offer feedback, encouragement, and support. Making new friends has been the wonderful bonus to taking this course.
  • WordPress for being the Best. Blogsite. Ever. Y’all make site development easy and awesome and I would never consider blogging anywhere else.
  • Last but not least…those who have taken the time to follow, comment on posts, offer feedback, vote in the polls I’ve posted and offer the hand of friendship. Y’all have been nothing short of awesome and I hope that our friendships will continue to grow, just as our blogs do.

Here endeth the Writing 101 Course. ❤


8 thoughts on “What’s Next for Writeful Mind?

    1. Indeed I have. And thank you for dropping by.

      I just visited your blog and followed. I read that book by Mitch Albom a while back and you reminded me that I should probably read it again. I might see it from a different perspective after having lost my mom since reading the book.

      I will definitely continue to visit you and look forward to reading more from you in the coming weeks. I hope you do the same. {Hugs}

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      1. Oh thank you for reading my post. I’m sorry for your loss. I think the book will help in remembering the love and legacy that your mother showed you. Yes, please, let us keep in touch.

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  1. This is a good final post on the exellent final assignment with lots of creative future blogging ideas. I also thank you for the blogging friendship developed from this course and for the nomination you gave me yesterday. I will respond in a way that I can manage as I regard it a reward to have comments and likes on my posts. My blog is a “Reward free blog”

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