I participated and volunteered last year for #WEverb11 and couldn't resist being involved again as #WEverb12 launched!
WEverb is a month long series of prompts for you to use in a reflective way. This year, we have options for participating in several forms including blog, microblog (twitter, tumblr, facebook), and even instagram. You can participate one day or all days, there really are no rules. You just have to be into the spirit of sharing and the season of reflection.
I hope to see you around reflecting on your 2012 and looking to the new year! Here are the details from the WeVerb website:
a series of questions/prompts that ask you to reflect on 2012 and look forward to 2013
you! and your friends! and many of your newest Internet acquaintances!
December 1st – 31st, 2012
your chosen space for reflection – a blog, your twitter feed, your Instagram feed, facebook, your “notes” app on your iPhone, a crinkly notepad in your office cubicle
because it’s good for your soul? because you like to answer questions? because your friends are doing it? participation in #WEverb12 is for anyone who wants to join in, so if you’re intrigued please take a step forward and participate!
1) sign-up for #WEverb12 by clicking on the participants link and, if you’d like, sign up to receive the prompts by email by clicking subscribe! 2) there is a given prompt for each day of December. Respond to one or all of them, on the day of that prompt or later. There are no specific rules to follow! Then come back to www.WEverb12.com and share the link to your reflection on that given page so that we can all share it with you and create a fully engaged #WEverb12 community. And don’t forget to use the hashtag #WEverb12 on all of your social media! 3) keep writing, keep reading, keep the conversations going and enjoy the month of December and #WEverb12!
I’m a Defense Consultant with a tendency towards pulling office pranks, taking lunch breaks, and drinking Wawa shakes. I’m also an English major with a serious obsession with alliteration and rhymes. While I’m not keeping America safe, I’m priming, sanding and painting. Or increasing our fresh veg intake. Or pontificating on my newly minted status as a wife. All the while, I’m getting myself into Lucille Ball-esque scrapes and making Jim Carey-esque faces. Post-wedding, I’m bringing blogging home to explore renovations, recipes, and reflections.