Yes, The One Room Challenge Linking Event is for Everyone!


Thank you for your interest in the One Room Challenge. I have received so many questions about the One Room Challenge and everyone is asking the same thing, "can anyone join?" The answer is Y.E.S. For the next six Thursdays, it's all about YOU, YOU, YOU! Here are some other questions and answers you may find helpful.

Q: Do I need to have a blog?
A: Yes. 

Q: How do I join?
A: Write a post about your progress, and each Thursday come by and link up. 

Q: How do I link up?
A: It's really easy. Once you have your post written, copy the URL of the actual post (not the general blog address) and follow the prompts on this blog. It really is foolproof. 

Q: What are the dates?
A: Six posts (for all you technical people, it's five weeks, unless you start now) so start now.

Here are the dates along with a suggested guideline

Week 1 - Thursday, October 2 - Show us your plan and your space.

Week 2 - Thursday, October 9 - Show us some of your progress.

Week 3 - Thursday, October 16 - Did you have any setbacks? 

Week 4 - Thursday, October 23 - How's it going? Week 4 is hard!

Week 5 - Thursday, October 30 - Did you revise your plan? Hang in there!

Week 6 - Thursday, Novermber 6 - Tah Dah! It's all about the pictures. 

Grab an ORC logo, place it on your blog, and tell your friends. Trust me, it will get hard and you will want all the support and free labor you can find. 


And if you still have your doubts, here are the top 10 reasons (David Letterman style) why you should join in;

10. You have nothing better to do.

9. This will annoy your family.

8. You will meet lots of new friends.

7. This will introduce your blog to a new audience.

6. You can use #oneroomchallenge on Instagram.

5. You never know who will be watching.

4. You can show off your talent.

3. It's fun!

2. You will finish a room (or come really close).

1. You are watching it anyway, you might as well join in!


Please keep this in mind; There are quite a few bloggers looking for ORC rooms to feature, however, they need really good quality pictures. Be smart, the picture quality is as important as the design. One won't look good without the other. 

Any more questions? Have a productive weekend.