Health Activist Writers Month Challenge,  Lessons Learned

I Made it through HAWMC

Today is the day after I completed the Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge and there’s one last thing to do: Recap HAWMC.

Recap HAWMC. You did it! 30 posts in 30 days. Which was your favorite prompt? Which was the most difficult? Which ideas will you reuse? Who was your favorite fellow blogger?

HAWMC ended yesterday and I’m proud to say that I completed it this time around.  I had 30 posts in 30 days.  Granted, I didn’t follow all of the prompts and had to play catch up a few times, but I took no passes.  And I’m feeling quite accomplished.

I like about half of the posts that I wrote and think most of them are worth another look.  Some were written on catch up days, so I know they were missed by some.  So, I’ve listed them below.  Take a few minutes to check them out.


Day 3: The Ability to Control Time

Day 4: It Helps Someone

Day 5: Learning to Fly Again

Day 7: There’s More to Life

Day 9: Keep Calm

Day 10: Dear Mike

Day 11: A Theme Song

Day 14: A Pretty Cool Day

Day 16: Take This Pin and Blog It!

Day 17: Good Things Come from Bad Situations

Day 20: Chicago Diabetes Expo 2012

Day 24: A Recipe for a Mascot

Day 25: The Day We Met

Day 26: A Little Heart

As for favorite bloggers? Well, I’ve enjoyed all of the posts that I’ve read.  It would be unfair to choose any one over another.  Kudos to everyone who participated in HAWMC and congrats to everyone who made it through all 30 days.

And in the words of Porky Pig, “That’s all folks!”

Living with a Confusing Pancreas and a Broken Heart at age 36 #Diabetes #LADA #CongestiveHeartFailure. #MakeDiabetesVisible Creator, #ALittleHeartCanDoBigThings Creator, Advocate, Blogger, Nature Photographer.

One Comment

  • Kate

    Yay Mike! Well done. Like you, I didn’t follow all the prompts but I did manage to do 30 posts. We’re awesome! 🙂 thanks for posting the links to the posts I may have missed. I’ll be sure to check them out.