Tuesday, March 31, 2015

sol15 #31: 97% ...

final slice of 2015 :(

... would be my grade if I calculated the posts I completed for the Slice of Life Challenge. Not bad. Still an A.

I wasn't originally planning on posting every day (although, I outdid the original goal I set for myself). But this whole experience means more to me than how many posts I completed. 

At the beginning of this challenge, my thoughts were, "Oh no, how am I going to find 31 things to write about?" and now the thoughts running through my head are, "I'm sad this is over, and I still have so much I want to share!" 

Because of this challenge, I've gotten back into a routine with blogging, something that has been in the back of my mind up until this month. Not only have I gotten to know other bloggers, but I've become closer with my own co-workers. I've learned that it's o.k. if a post isn't perfect, others won't judge. I've become more comfortable with sharing my thoughts and feelings. I will miss leaving comments on other bloggers' slices. I will also miss reading about the random and funny things from my co-workers' slices. This challenge has also taught me to slow down and really appreciate all of the little "slices" in my life. 

So, thank you to my amazing co-workers for inspiring me to complete this challenge! I am shocked at how much I enjoyed this and how much I will miss it. Already looking forward to next March! :)


  1. It's amazing how writing every day makes such a huge difference in how you see the world. Congrats on surpassing your goal!

  2. I know exactly how you feel! Congratulations! I'm so glad that you did this challenge with us!

  3. So glad we all did this together! They have a call for slices every Tuesday - we can all still do that! :-)

  4. Congratulations on your A! :) This challenge helped me out of my blogging slump as well. I'm so glad Michelle got us to participate!


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