A guest post from Emma, the organiser of One Month Before Heartbreak
With just a few days to go before One Month Before Heartbreak I’m sure everyone wants to know what will happen on the day. I know I do and I’m running it!
This is a work in progress so please bear with me/us.
There will be a master links list on The Broken of Britain Blog. So please let us know where you’re post is so we can include it. A brief idea of what it’s about is also useful (just topic not details). You can do this in the comments on the blog or on twitter.
We also have a One Month Before Heartbreak blog where we hope to cross post as many submissions as possible. If you are happy for us to cross post your submission please let us know.
Please try to comment on some of the things people post. I would love if everyone who takes part could comment on at least one other post. Blog comments rock and can be especially useful in a situation like this where people may be posting personal things. It takes a lot of guts, please respect that.
If you see something you people like make sure to tell others about it. Blog it, Facebook it, tweet it, e-mail us and let us know. Shout it from the rooftops, even! We want to get the word out about what the benefit cuts mean to us. Share the details of the link list and our blog.
Equally, I hope that there will be several “highlights” posts from different bloggers after the event as a kind of round up. If you do one I want to know about it! Or if you have any ideas about One Month Before Heartbreak, let us know.
On Twitter? Use the hashtag #ombh in One Month Before Heartbreak tweets. Or the Broken of Britain hashtag #TBofB. #UKCuts and #disability are also useful hashtags if you can fit them in.
Consider changing your profile picture on Facebook, twitter or other social networking sites to the One Month Before Heartbreak logo for the 3 days of the event. And posting the link to explain why.
We want to make as many people as possible aware of One Month Before Heartbreak. E-mail your MP and tell them about us. A template letter will be available from Sunday for people to use.
The most important thing I think for everyone involved is to enjoy it and stay safe. No one is under any pressure to contribute on each of the days, or to take part at all. Please don’t feel under any pressure to do more than you are able or comfortable doing.
And finally, a really really massive thank you to everyone who has helped to raise awareness and get the word out there so far. I’m absolutely blown away by how big this is shaping up to be – and I couldn’t have done it without you all!