Is your mission in life to help women achieve their goals for great physical health?
Have you taken the perfect trip and want to tell everyone about your adventure?
Maybe you have launched your fashion design career with sweat, blood and stain remover.
Fill In The Gap Magazine is looking for your stories. We are a magazine designed for women of color to inform and entertain. We give information that helps people make it. But we also laugh and enjoy life. If you have a story that you think will fit with our magazine, please submit it to email@example.com.
Remember when you were grown and gone. You thought you knew everything you needed to survive on your own but quickly found out there were lots of things you didn’t know.
Fill In The Gaps in a new magazine geared for women of color. FITG helps women understand things their mother may have not told them or that they didn’t listen to at the time.
It will be light and fun, except when it is not because some issues are not fun. It will cover women’s health issues, legal, weight loss, spiritual needs, exercise, fashion, justice, employment, parenting, relationships, men, activism, side hustles, etc.
If this sounds fun, send me your pitch for an article. If I like your idea, your story will be part of the magazine and you may have a featured spot. Send your pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow a couple of weeks for a response.
Let me warn you now, any good you see in me is really Christ because there is no good in me except for Him.
15. I did not set out to do this, but as I looked back on it, I have to say I am impressed with God. I did stuff for others and required nothing in return. Atleast once a quarter I donated blood or platelets. It may have been more because sometimes went when they called. But atleast once a quarter I gave so someone else could benefit. This year I also reached out to my friends and we raised money for a family that adopted 4 children into their family of five.
16. I learned to do new things on social media. I started sharing my art on Instagram. It challenges me to see the world differently and use the things I learn. It makes me tell a story in a few shots.
I.love.twitter. There are some of the most wittiest and clever people I have never met. But there are also some of the most stupidiest. I have found hope and joy in the words of others. I have found laughter that almost stops my breathing. And I relish the moments I can join the fight. There is absolutely nothing like when twitter goes in on a person. ( If they ever go in on you, shut up. Do not respond you will only feed the fire.) i.love.twitter.
17. I took some great photos this year and surpassed my goal. There was a good combination of families, individuals and events. They all made me look good. Thank you.
Doing 17 things that I had not done before was not easy. Sometimes it was really hard to do things differently or step out of my comfort zone. I had to think about what I was doing because it is easy to do the same things you are comfortable with, but what does that really get you. What new thing are you learning? How are you stretching your current skill set? Since next year ends in 18, there will be 18 different things on my list. I look forward to what the year brings.
I challenge you to look for 18 new things to do next year. As you accomplish these things, take a photo and share it with us.
Peace and Hairgrease.