#ReclaimingMyTime: Plenty of (Unworthy) Fish and the 0:00 Challenge

Blogger Michaela at “A Dash of Michaela” posted a call to action after her recent blog post 0:00 More of Them, Less of Me. As soon as I read the challenge she posed, a lightbulb went off in my head. There was a draft for a post I had sitting in my computer files for several weeks. Given the original title [Plenty of (Unworthy) Fish], I really expected for it to turn out to be a funny post, but it quickly went down a different path once I started writing. Rarely do I have a title for a post before writing it, but this time I thought I knew exactly what I would be saying. Once I finished the story, I had to put it on pause, wondering how I could fit it into my blog.

Writing the post initially made me admit to things that I hadn’t previously acknowledged. Writing has a way of doing this to you. By the time you realized you’ve spilled tea on the page you’re halfway into the next chapter, having gotten into a groove. I want to say it’s a kind of coming of age story. One that clearly shows I wasn’t prepared. I had been so used to bad actually looking bad on the surface. The story is a reflection on those things we have to feel to learn.

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The post is about online dating, falling in love, and being taken for granted (typical, maybe). Check out the post Plenty of Unworthy Fish on her blog.

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7 thoughts on “#ReclaimingMyTime: Plenty of (Unworthy) Fish and the 0:00 Challenge

  1. Dating in this day and age (oo I sounded just like my mama when I said that) can be rough. This was definitely an interesting take on it. Thanks for sharing!

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