A-Z Challenge, Scribblings by Sarah

A-Z Challenge Theme Reveal, 2019

Last year was the first time I participated in the A-Z Challenge (although my visit to the site today informs me that this challenge is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year!)

I thoroughly enjoyed the A-Z Challenge in 2018, as I blogged my way almost daily, through all 26 letters of my theme, “Anxiety“.

I have had many trials and changes over the last 6 months, and it is my hope that by joining in the challenge again this year, I can reinstate the blogging routine that has taken a hit in recent times.

And so….after much deliberation and finally deciding to join, I am “revealing” my theme as a taster of what’s to come.

As many of you know, I am an educator and love what I do. I also have a passion for writing and am a firm believer in writing what you know. Therefore, it makes perfect sense to combine the two and my theme in 2019 will be:

  • A-Z of Teaching

I anticipate this theme will illustrate the highs (and lows) of my profession, but more importantly hope that it will bring readers an understanding of the day to day life of teaching – warts and all. As such, I’m not sure how to classify this…whether to put it under entertainment, memoirs or education. It possibly fits all three but rest assured, none of it will be fiction!

Stay tuned for my first post on April 1!

~ Sarah

12 thoughts on “A-Z Challenge Theme Reveal, 2019”

  1. Great theme Sarah. Sorry for your troubles these past few months and I hope things are looking on the up and up now. I totally get how maintaining a blog routine can be difficult, especially when you lose that routineness. Looking forward to reading your posts 🙂

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