After an impossibly long 9 months of 2020, September is finally here. And with September comes #NaturalWriterJournaling prompts. Continue reading September Natural Writer Journaling Prompts
Journaling is an important part of writing. This is a creative exploration of self and of words through journaling. Continue reading September 2020 Journal Prompts Announcement
When I write, I feel as though I’m diving into my imagination, swimming in my subconscious, and picking out ideas to bring to the surface. It’s a form of therapy. Why do you think so many writers put themselves into their writing? They’re understanding themselves. Continue reading Finding Your Steam: Writing Alchemy as an Act of Self-Love
Spend some time thinking about the person who inspires you and look at what you know of them and see what their flaws are. Continue reading December 16 Journal Prompt: Inspirational Flaw
The first part of the month was focusing on getting to know yourself. The last part of the month was getting ready by setting some goals. Now we’re going to look at how to generate ideas for writing. Today is going to consider things in your own life that might work toward building your characters. You do need to make sure you do today’s journal … Continue reading December 15 Journal Prompt: Who’s Awesome?
What Is Your Fear Around Writing? There are two more posts specifically about goal setting, and one of them I’d like to talk to you a little bit about fear. When you boil it down, fear is behind what stops us. We’re afraid of investing, we’re afraid of success, we’re afraid of failure. We’re afraid of being wrong, we’re afraid of being right. All of … Continue reading December 13 Journal Prompt: Know Your Fears
What is your writing goal for the whole of 2020? We’ve spent some time delving into the habits we can create to make our year successful, but now I’m going to switch gears a little bit. Knowing what you now know about yourself, we are going to look at what goals you can set for the whole of 2020. Writing goals mean different things to … Continue reading December 12 Journal Prompt: What to Write Next Year
What is your writing goal for the first quarter of 2020? Yesterday we spent some time looking at what habits we can form during the first month of the year. Today we are going to look at how those habits can be implemented over the first quarter of 2020. But we’re going to look at this a little bit differently than we did yesterday. Today, … Continue reading December 11 Journal Prompt: First Quarter Season
What Is Your Writing Goal for January? For some of us, we have monthly goals. We want to start a novel, or participate in (Camp) NaNoWriMo, begin editing, or even start getting the garden ready or planning or saving for a trip at the beginning of the month. But January isn’t just another month. It’s a whole new year. As a result, there is a … Continue reading December 10 Journal Prompt: What Is Your January Goal?
How Do Your Beliefs Affect Your Writing? Yesterday we delved into what it is we believe. This isn’t just about what we spiritually believe, though that can play a role, but what is that we believe about ourselves. Story-telling is a method of explain the world around us. Story-telling is about showing and sharing our experiences in life and examining the human condition. Historically, it … Continue reading December 9: How Your Beliefs Shape Your Writing