It’s October 31… and that means the #Write31Days Challenge is OVER. I’ve written every day, for one month. I think my posts were probably longer this year than last. But none the less, it’s a simple accomplishment. I wrote outside of my normal topics. I had to come up with ideas on the fly vs. plotting them out.
Writing every day is a great way to feel creative, use our vocabulary, and grow in how we express our ideas.
We do not need to wait for a challenge to write every day. Pick up a journal. Write. Write what ever is on your heart or mind. Write. Even if no one is going to read it. Write.
Write to God.
Write to your spouse, your kids.
Write to your teenage self, or future self.
Write to those who have wronged you, even if they never will read it.
Write to those who you are forgiving, even if they never asked for it.
Write about the things you celebrate, the things that break your heart.