I think this sets a record.

The badges were actually ready by 10 p.m. on Friday night, borne of nervous energy and insomnia, but I was not going to be that loser notifying the Twitter world I was ready for the next weekly writing challenge fewer than 24 hours after the first one ended.

So here we are a few hours after that.

If this is your first time here, I’ve gotta tell you how to find the coded badges you’ll need for yeah write #62. Look up in the far right of this page for a plus symbol inside of a disc. It’s up and to the right of the three social media icons. Click the plus sign and the hidden widget will drop. Grab the code you need for either the challenge grid or the hangout grid.

I made you guys on the hangout grid two new badges, the making of which is another sign of nervous anxiety. Some people drink, some people pull out their hair, I do both of those while mixing and matching design elements in the middle of the night.

Out of the eight badges now available, you can choose the one you like best for your yeah write post. If you’re on the hangout and you wanna use a challenge badge, change the coding.

Change

62-open-hangout

to

62-open-challenge

Same thing if you’re on the challenge and you wanna use a hangout badge.

Change

62-open-challenge

to 

62-open-hangout

This is especially handy when you’ve already coded your post for the challenge grid, but something weird distracts you like a circus train getting lost in your neighborhood and you’re the only one who knows how to direct a derailed train filled with elderly elephants and psychotic circus queens back to the tracks near your grandmother’s old farm, and by the time you get back to the grid, it’s closed at 50 bloggers. 

Simply change the coding in your challenge badge from -challenge to -hangout, link up on the hangout grid and have fun with us over there with the satisfaction you not only single-handedly saved the town circus, you now have a really good story to tell us for yeah write #63.

Yeah write #62 opens Tuesday.