Guest Post: Angel Beltane

IMG_7494Today i am interviewing Angel Beltane about Project O.

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Q: Hi Angel, so can you tell me a bit about what Project O is, and what it does? (include website)

A: project O Is a group of about 21 young girls from My High School and it’s where we do events and it’s also a way to build our confidence up and nobody is forcing us to do something we don’t want to do and the website is Project O.

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Q: You have participated in a 24 hour Colourathon, what was it like to colour in for 24 hours

A: well we didn’t colour in for 24 hours we all had breaks at different times so half of us went on our break at 2pm till 5:30pm and the rest went home at 12:30am and came back just before 7am but for the time we was all there it was a bit hard especially at 1 am and stuff we all didn’t get much sleep but it was fun.

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Q: What was the money raised for and how much did you end up raising.

A: the money was raised for helping the kids with domestic violence that are now in the woman’s shelter and we are using the money for them to be able to have play therapy we raised over twelve thousand dollars

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Q: Project O / Colourathon had quite a number of guests, did you learn anything from them?

A: well we did talk to them but we didn’t really learn much about them expect we learnt that there’s a lot of people in Wynyard that love to help and support us girls

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Q: It was a great venue at the Coastal Pods, Did you enjoy staying there.

A:yes I did enjoy staying at the costal pods it was very fancy and there was a good sunrise to wake up to.

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Thanks Angel, it was great to hear about what Project O does, and about Colourathon.


Day Nine: Writing and Not Writing: If you write often or for a living, it’s important to take breaks — to live your life and have new experiences, and to reflect and recharge so you can come back to your desk, ready to hit the keyboard again. Not writing allows you to gain the distance from your words, and thus perspective, which are both needed when it’s time to edit. What do you do when you’re not writing? How do you reset and return to the dashboard, refreshed? What do you need in your day-to-day life to maintain balance: Running? Yoga? Gardening? Painting? Cooking? If you’re not a full-time writer, or if your day is so full of other tasks that you have little time to write, consider these alternative questions: if you could step into a machine that gave you more time, how would you structure your day? What would you write with this extra time? You have an extra task for the day: reach out to someone for an interview or collaboration. This person can be a Blogging U. participant (look for fellow course-takers in the #everydayinspiration tag in the Reader), a blogger on WordPress.com or another platform, or anyone else whose work you admire.  For planning purposes, this collaboration post will run on Day 19. We encourage you to start right away, so you have enough time to prepare a draft. (We’ll also provide an alternate prompt on Day 19 for those who choose not to participate — but we hope you will!)

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