In presidential politics, candidates often talk about what they hope to accomplish in their first 100 days in office. That measure seems a good focus…a little more than three months but not too long that it seems like forever.
Today, I find myself staring at my own 100 days. With tomorrow’s post, I will begin checking off the final 100 days of my personal writing challenge. Last fall as I wrestled with the idea of taking on this challenge, I wondered if I could do it, if I could stick with the commitment or if I would run out of things to say.
Now I have the opposite problem: I wonder how I’m going to have time to say all the things that need to be said. Of course, in 102 days, I can and hopefully will continue to blog, but the daily requirement will have been fulfilled. I might chose to write on my other projects for a day or two rather than posting.
Through this journey, I’ve felt led to begin focusing my writing on a faith-related subject more often, and I’m praying about how God wants me to continue to develop this side of my writing. (I’d appreciate your prayers as well.)