On the last Wednesday every month ChicagoNow bloggers participate in "Blogapalooz-Hour," an optional writing exercise in which at a specific time a topic unknown to the bloggers is sent out.
Whoever decides to partake must conceive, write and then publish a post exactly one hour later.
The September, 2017 topic: "Write about something in your life you once obsessed about but now rarely, if ever, think about"
Adventures of a Mom Entrepreneur: I wanted to be a rock star
Affirmed Mom: I forget my son is transgender
The B.U.G. (Bronzeville Urban Green): Obsession and Today's Headlines
Chicago On the Radar: It's not all about me, anyway
Dry it in the Water: My Childhood Obsession With Wrestling was Short-Lived
Inside the Wrapper: The Obsessions of a Renaissance Woman
less than perfect: My eating disorder is still the best friend I ever had
Life Imitates Heart: Twilight was my biggest teenage obsession
The Little Voice That Lives In My Head: An Open Letter To The Person Standing Behind Me In An Exercise Class
Looking for the Good: OBSESSIONS
The Magic of Writing: Obsessing About Death Taught Me to Appreciate Life
Nancy's World: I am going to stop obsessing, maybe
Pizza For Breakfast: Ending An Obsession
Quilting Sewing Creating: Why follow a pattern when you can be creative
Raising Teens Right: Middle Age Obsession Was Child's Play
The Urban Landlady: I wear a size 12 womens shoe...and by the way I'm 255 lbs
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