What writing ‘season’ is next for you, at the culmination of this ‘season’? How will you know it will be time to move forward? What characteristics will guide your movement? … Continue reading 3.31.21 Journal Prompt
*originally written 7.2.20 Darby Dan training loop and Greenway trail, 5.52 Sometimes we learn things we have believed for decades to be untrue. Like the wiry, dry flowers lining highways … Continue reading Pandemic Poem #34
What writing ‘season’ did you just come from/out of? How do you know? What were the defining characteristics of this ‘season’? (Look back to the 3.29 and 3.28 prompt for … Continue reading 3.30.21 Journal Prompt
Being in that place where it’s time to put words down on the page but they refuse to show up can feel incredibly isolating, but it needn’t be. Since the … Continue reading What to Do When Words Don’t Come
What “season” is your writing in currently? How do you know? (See yesterday’s prompt for more clarity, if needed.)
Dear Reader, Today’s note is coming to you a little earlier than usual, if you even notice. My usual Sunday morning routine of spending the morning in my local, tiny, … Continue reading Dear Reader 3.28.21
How does your writing change with the external seasons?
If you could name a singular emotion you feel about your writing process in this moment, what would it be? Explore this word.
Now that we have all this space and paper, what on earth do we begin to write about? This may be the easy part for you–you may have been wanting … Continue reading Time to Write: Getting Words to the Page
Do you have a writing dream you do not pursue or have repressed because of a past experience, comment, or self-limiting belief?
What *are* my actual writing dreams at this moment?
What is the smallest step I can take right now to make my writing dreams come true?
A new relationship is all fun and games until it evolves into some fun and a few games at which point it can only become a former relationship of no … Continue reading Relationship Poem #1
What is control, anyway? This urge, this compulsion to hold on to the good and keep away the bad, to the best of our human ability, (is what we perceive … Continue reading On Control
Dear Reader, From the first piece of writing ever published, the debate of what makes a writer ‘a writer’ has raged. Are you a writer because you write? Are you … Continue reading Dear Reader 3.21.21