I Need a Project

Several weeks ago, maybe when I was home for Thanksgiving, my sister played the movie “Julie and Julia” in which a woman cooks through Julia Child’s entire cookbook in a year and blogs daily about it. This has sometimes made me want a topic for a regular blogging project/challenge. Posting every day is not possible with my work schedule. I will settle for a weekly project. Maybe it could fill my Friday posts. That would leave Tuesdays open for me to post about other topics.

So, what would I write? That is the big question. Posting twice each week as I do now is itself a challenge, but this project needs to be more specific. A month in Iona would be fun, but like I explained, I do not have the money or time off of work to take that trip. Maybe someday I will.

I need something closer to home, and it needs to last longer than one month. I am blogging through some of my favorite books from childhood. I am enjoying that series, but I need something more long-term. I have also blogged on theological and philosophical themes in movies with more movies to come, but those take a long time to write. Writing one each week is likely not possible.

This will take time to consider. The project needs something I can do here with my current work schedule and income. I also want it to be entertaining or interesting for readers, not something that interests only me. I will continue to think about this, and I am open to suggestions.

About henrywm

I am interested in Christian theology and church history. I also enjoy science fiction, fantasy, and stories which wrestle with deep questions.
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