January 13: One Word (Journaling Challenge) Happy Hellos & Welcome! It is day 13 of the the Month of Challenges and I hope you are enjoying your time here at The Lilypad and making lots of great pages to preserve your memories. Today’s challenge is a journaling challenge and all about one word. For this challenge, I want you to journal about the word EXPLORE. Reflect on what this word brings to your mind, how you feel about it, and what it means to you. Since this is a journaling challenge, you need to write more than just that one word. You should have multiple lines of sentences that take up at least 1/4 or your page, and the word explore needs to be used in your journaling. Some tips: Use the word Explore as a sentence starter. Use the technique of repetition and use the word Explore multiple times throughout your journaling. Use the 5 W’s to talk about the word Explore - who/what/where/when/why Use descriptive language to relate the deeper significance and paint a picture of the word Explore and how it relates to you. Relax and have fun with it! Here is my page: Requirements: 1 - You must journal multiple sentences, totaling at least 1/4 of a page. Word art and word strips do not count. 2 - You must include the one word - explore - at least one time on your page. General requirements: Your page must be a new page in order to count for the Month of Challenges. Your page should be uploaded to the TLP Gallery and not an outside hosting site. Please post your page in your page thread you created in the MOC Layouts Folder. You should have one post per completed challenge page. If you complete all 31 challenges, your thread should contain 31 posts. Please do not comment in the participants’ page threads so we can keep them clean. You should also post your page here in this thread, and people can comment here if they wish. Pages should contain at least 75% current Lilypad product (currently for sale in the store). All MOC pages must be posted in your main MOC page thread by 11:59 pm eastern time on February 2 in order to count!