How glad I am that we're embarking on another adventure together! This afternoon's post will be a short one just to remind you of some iggilicious things that are coming your way. I also wanted to explain how DIY MFA works for anyone who is new to the program.
Registration: is open and will be throughout the month of April. Just go to this post, fill out the form and you'll get a free eWorkbook (please allow 1-2 weeks). You'll also be entered to win an iggi journal that looks like this:
How DIY MFA Works: All you need to do is check in every day and read the daily post. If you miss a day or want to review something that already passed, don't worry. Just go to the iggi U tab at the top and you'll find a list of links to all the past posts.
In addition, you'll also find a list of links for the first round of DIY MFA which took place in September 2010. The material this time around will be all new, so if at the end of April you're still craving more, you might enjoy looking over the past course as well.
Important Note: if you didn't do DIY MFA the first time it's OK. You can jump right in with 2.O and you won't be behind at all. If you have done DIY MFA in the past, don't you worry either because the material this time will be mostly new (and any review material we'll approach from a new direction.)
DIY MFA Chats and Sprints: Don't forget that on Sunday we'll have our first #diymfa Twitter Chat from 5-6pm EDT. We'll also be doing writing sprints on Saturdays so set aside a chunk of time to get those words down, then tweet your progress using our #diymfa hashtag. If you don't do twitter, you can use the comments on Saturday's post to check in.
And that's all there is to it! I'm looking forward to this month and can't wait to hear what you all have to say about creativity!