Reality Blog Challenge Finalists

The Reality Blog is a tradition on Wealthy Web Writer. It’s where real, live web writers document their goals and their progress towards achieving them. Two things happen because of the Reality Blog.

First our Reality Bloggers go on to do great things. By putting themselves out there to be publicly accountable, they achieve more than they thought possible. Take Mindy McHorse, for example, Wealthy Web Writer’s original Reality Blogger. She achieved her goal of becoming a six-figure freelance writer and went on to become the Executive Editor of The Barefoot Writer.

And second, our other members get inspired. There’s nothing like seeing, step-by-step, another person just like you reaching success. It makes you realize what’s possible and motivates you to start taking action toward your own success.

At the beginning of October, Wealthy Web Writer announced its need for two new Reality Bloggers to carry on this tradition in 2016.

Dozens of writers completed Round One of our Reality Blogger Challenge.

Of those dozens, the Wealthy Web Writer team had the very difficult task of choosing five to move on to Round 2. The selection process was not easy. We had many, many great contenders.

Now, without further ado, Wealthy Web Writer is pleased to announce the Reality Blog Challenge finalists:

  • Randi Anderson
  • Sherri Caldwell
  • Thomas Coalson
  • Candice Lazar
  • Hayley Michaels

Congratulations to these five writers! Over the next month, they’ll each be publishing four posts to Wealthy Web Writer. And then Wealthy Web Writer members will vote for the top two to become our next Reality Bloggers.

Stay tuned for some great work from these writers and for your chance to help us select the Reality Bloggers for 2016!

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Published: November 5, 2015

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