BLOGGING TOOLS:
CALENDAR HOOKS & EVENTS
April 2014

honey oat bread

Honey Oat Bread for National Bread Day

Getting inspiration for new blog posts can be tricky – we’ve all been there… staring at the wall… gazing glumly into a mug of tea

I find having a hook in the calendar, to anchor my writing can be extremely helpful –  if you’ve never tried it, may I recommend it. It’s good. (Not as good as Gingernuts in tea, but still good.) (Nothing is as good as Gingernuts in tea.)

Here are my UK calendar hooks for April, for you to grab onto, be inspired by and enjoy writing about… please feel free to comment with any others you know of and I’ll add them on.

Oh, and while I have you here,  I have recently started my own calendar here on my blog. If you have any events you’d like to add, (classes, gigs, workshops etc) then please do so here. It’s free, you know.

Pip pip.

NEW SIGNATURE

 

APRIL

JAZZ APPRECIATION MONTH

April 2014

NATIONAL STATIONERY WEEK

31st March – 6th April

INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S BOOK DAY

2nd April

LONDON COFFEE FESTIVAL

3rd – 6th April

LONDON CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL

11th – 13th April

LEARN TO PLAY MUSIC DAY

12th April

NATIONAL GARDENING WEEK

14th – 20th April

INTERNATIONAL DANCE DAY

19th April

NATIONAL BREAD WEEK

16th-22nd April

RECORD STORE DAY

19th April

INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY

30th April


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2 thoughts on “BLOGGING TOOLS:
CALENDAR HOOKS & EVENTS
April 2014

  1. Amazing timing – I just wrote a post about letter writing – who knew it was National Stationery Week!?

    One more to go on your calendar – Easter :)

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