Daily Prompts = Scheduled Posts

Daily Prompts = Scheduled Posts = More Writing = Readers to provide feedback πŸ™‚

Screenprint – Bikurgurl 2016

What I love about the daily word prompts offered this month by Maria and Rosema is this: the challenge has allowed me to post daily, easily to my blog!

Word High July has allowed me to write several posts per day, schedule those offerings, and allow me to work on more of my longer posts, as well as off-line writing, knowing that I’m offering my readers new content daily!

With my life and schedule in flux right now, it’s been fantastic being able to post a bunch in one day and then send it off to be published later.

Saving my life right now! πŸ˜‰


What’s saving your life right now?

18 thoughts on “Daily Prompts = Scheduled Posts

  1. That’s great! I too have composed more poems for WordHighJuly than I ever did in an entire year! We are grateful to Rosema and Maria for creating such a wonderful list of poetic words! πŸ™‚ And all good wishes for your writing projects:)

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  2. Fantastic job on all the words. I’ve read a few from you today. Catching up on reading. Yes, I too like that we can schedule posts. Helps a lot πŸ™‚

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  3. Oh gosh, tough question! God and Bible study, blogging friends, writing, cooking, numerous fans blowing on HIGH! I agree that scheduling posts is wonderful–I only have to stay awake 20 hrs instead of all 24, haha!! And Word-High July has been great fun, a huge blessing πŸ™‚ I’ve really enjoyed your posts!!

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    1. Thank you! I hope you continue with some of the other challenges around πŸ™‚ I love 3 Line Tales — maybe you’ll join us there too? It’s weekly with a image prompt. Yay πŸ™‚


      1. I love the prompts and often do them with my children πŸ˜‰ It’s fun to have a medium in which there are no *wrong* answers and everyone has something to bring to the proverbial table πŸ˜‰ Hope to see you in the realm!


  4. Oh wow, Biku. Thank you for this post. ❀ It is heart-warming that we are all enjoying this WordHighJuly. I, myself, am overwhelmed not just by the posts by everything that I have learned from each and everyone. πŸ˜€

    On a late note, this, too, has helped me practice the habit of scheduling posts which I'm still not very good at. Hehe.

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    1. Me either! I was just talking with my family on ways I can continue the trend and I’m contemplating now {unless, of course, you’re doing another month-long writing challenge πŸ˜‰ Thank you!

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      1. Aww.. we’re almost at the end of the road. As of the moment, we do not have a plan for another month-long writing challenge. BUT there’s always The Daily Post for us. πŸ˜‰ Also, I’m thinking of going back to flash fiction and the previous prompts I’ve been participating before. I’ve missed them. You’re welcome, dear. ❀

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  5. Hi, I hit in the search daily word prompt and your post here came up! I love it! I like scheduling my posts! I get nervous a bit when I just hit the post button, so I schedule it for the next day instead. But I really would like to get into the daily word prompt and maybe some others. What is word high july? that sounds interesting. πŸ™‚

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    1. Hello! Glad you found me πŸ™‚ Word High July was a daily challenge in July 2016. I host a weekly 100 Word Wednesday (which you could schedule to post any day – https://bikurgurl.com/2017/01/11/100-word-wednesday-overview/ ) and I love participating in Sonya’s Three Line Tales (again, schedule your post any day during the following week: https://only100words.xyz/more-than-100-words/three-line-tales/ ). Good Luck in your writing πŸ™‚


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