2011 may be winding down, but the world of Health Activism is going strong. Let’s power through these last few months together and connect through a few interactive activities to get our advocacy at its best before we head into 2012.
As you may know, November is National Blog Posting Month or NaBloPoMo. It’s a month dedicated to the art of blogging, taking it to a new, challenging level by pushing all participants to blog every single day of the month. Sounds familiar doesn’t it?
In light of NaBloPoMo (and the success of our own awesome HAWMC event this part April) we are doing our own Health Blogger NaBloPoMo – a full month of health blogging! And we’ve got a bunch of great prompts catered specifically to online health leaders, bloggers, and anyone who wants to try their hand at blogging about health.
Join us starting November 1, 2011 in posting each and every day – about health – to share what makes you a patient advocate, dedicated leader, and all-around awesome empowered person.
Are you up for the challenge? 30 posts in 30 days – and all the camaraderie (and bragging rights) that come with it! Even if you’re not sure if you want to post every day and simply want to check out all the fun prompts (that cover a range of topics from being a patient, to being a blogger, to simply pondering your existence – you can sign up here! Once you tell us you’re interested – we’ll send you the details, prompts, and ways you can make the most of November!
We can’t wait to blog every day with you and – more importantly – see your thoughts and help you interact with other health bloggers (across conditions!) and make some truly valuable connections.
Feel free to invite your community members and friends to join us for National Health Blog Post Month (#NHBPM) – the more the merrier!