This is my 49th and last post on this blog! It was so much fun to work on it each week, and giving myself a deadline of Monday morning was very helpful for my own improvement as a writer. I enjoyed getting to write on a variety of topics, more than I thought I would when I first started!
I’m going to be taking a little break from blogging due to the wedding in less than two weeks! I’m planning to start an email list and another blog in several months. I created a new page on this blog, the contact page. There you can sign up for my email list, or if you know me personally, you can just tell me you’d like to be on the list. Sign up now, but know that you won’t get anything for at least a few months.
In the meantime, after we get settled down after our wedding and honeymoon I will be able to do quite a bit of writing. My main writing project will be continuing my Women of the Bible first draft. I’m hoping to finish that by getting through the whole Bible by the end of the year. I’ll also be continuing to learn more about writing and publishing through the Young Writer’s Workshop. I did this from May 2020- May 2021, then signed up for another year. I didn’t have time to work on any lessons this summer, but I’ll be able to do some more in the fall, winter, and spring. I won’t start my blog yet, but I will probably start working on what I want my blog and email list to look like (content, schedule, and so on).
In addition to writing, I have a couple other things going on, though not too many. My main priority will be my husband and our home, and everything else (including writing!) will fall after that. I’m so excited for Keegan and I to start our life together. I also have the opportunity to help coach the local high school girls swim team with my dad. I’ve been coaching the summer team and I look forward to getting to coach more swimming and make a little extra money too.
Thanks for following and reading my blog! Please feel free to sign up for my future email list. Have a fantastic rest of your year! 🙂
“The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.” Numbers 6:24-25