Do you like to write? Or do you want to get back into the writing habit? Or do you want to start a writing habit? Do you like to reflect? And also think forward?

Then come join in #reverb16!

What is #rever16?

Back in 2010, a group of people started #reverb, a project where you write on one prompt everyday for the entire month of December. I had just had a baby, so I was getting back into the creative groove, so it was the perfect way for me to get back in my writing habit and also dip back into creativity.

Sadly, the leaders of the original #reverb dissolved. But several people, including Meredith, Kat, Kim, and myself, created their own #reverb.

There are lots of options out there, and I encourage you to give it a try! If you want to join in with the girls and me, head over to our FaceBook page where will be posting all the prompts.

I get several questions about #reverb, so here are the answers:

Do I have to have a blog to participate?

Nope! If you want to start a blog, this is a great way to get started. If you don’t, you can respond to the prompts a number of ways: Instagram posts, FB posts, a picture, a video, anything!

I’m not a writer. Can I do this?

You ARE a writer. And yes, you can do this.

Do I have to answer all the prompts?

No! Answer what feels good to you.

Do I have to answer them in order?

Nope!

Can I change a prompt? Or answer it a different way?

Yes! You do you.

Hey! I just found out about #reverb16. Is it too late to participate?

No! Join in whenever. Catch up on the prompts – or don’t! It’s all up to you.

Okay, you convinced me. How do I play along?

Simply join our FB group, introduce yourself, and share your posts in the group! On social media, tag your posts with #reverb16. And that’s it! Please take some time to read the posts from your fellow #reverb16 participants and comment. It’s more fun that way.

If you don’t want to join the group, that’s okay. Just visit my blog each morning for the prompt.

What if I get stuck on a prompt?

Skip it! Change it! Most of all, don’t fuss about it. You’re not receiving a grade. This is for you!

Happy writing! This is going to be fun!

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Sarah is a thiry-something wife to an engineer and mother of three. She loves teaching aerobic and cycling classes, learning to shoot with her DSLR in manual mode, and drinking coffee.