monthly theme posts

The purpose of the monthly theme post is to gather a variety of perspectives on the same topic from around the blogosphere. You do not need to be on the PAIL blogroll to participate in writing, reading, or commenting on the monthly theme posts.

Each month, we will pick a topic and you will have a week to write a post about it on your own blog. When you have written your post, you will contact us to let us know, and we will compile a list of all of the blog entries in one post on the main page so everyone can share their thoughts and see what others had to say.

Keep in mind that not all topics will appeal to everyone, and sometimes you will feel more passionately about one than another. Each topic has the potential for a variety of viewpoints and perspectives, and you are in no way limited by the prompts. You decide how the topic gets your juices flowing. Be as creative as you want to be!

The monthly theme post is meant to be a community endeavour, so if you have an idea for a topic, please let us know by filling out the form below!

To peruse some of the previous monthly theme posts, click on the “Monthly Theme Posts” menu above and select the month from the drop-down menu. It is never too late to leave a comment!

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Comments

  1. lifebytheday says:

    I fell off the wagon, but want to jump back in…what is the August theme, and when is the deadline?

    • Hey! We usually post the topic mid-month with posts due about a week after that. This month’s theme should go up next week sometime! Hope it getting your wagon rolling, so to speak! 🙂

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