A 30-Day Writing Journal with Writing Prompts
🖋️ Do you want to be a writer?
Then you have to do just one thing: WRITE.
It's that simple. And yet, many deem it difficult.
- You want to express your feelings.
- You want to pen your thoughts.
- You want to write that book.
- You want to leave a legacy in words.
But writing seems elusive. You cannot seem to bring everything together!
There is help.
📖 Who is this journal for?
This journal is for someone who
- wants to develop a writing habit.
- wants to get the (writing) wheel started.
- wants to test the (writing) waters before taking a deep dive.
What to expect?
The journal has various elements that are included to serve a specific purpose. It is segmented day-wise, starting from Day 1 to Day 30.
🦉The Daily Quote
The journal begins with a quote and some words of advice. What better way to start something than with some wisdom from a master? Does the magic each time.
🔦The Daily Prompt
Each day, you will get a prompt to ponder and write about it. They are a mix of situational and thought-provoking ones, each designed to help you bring yourself closer to the writer within you.
Practicing headlines: one piece of advice that every writer should follow, especially new ones: to write a few headlines daily. One cannot fathom the effect it has over the long term. So, no wonder this has found a pivotal place in the journal.
Yes, please. Make your target and keep a daily track of the same.
There will be hits and misses. But do not shy away from bragging about your hits. Write them and be proud of them.
Ideas- a synonym for a writer. And you are going to get a lot of them. So, you have a space specially designated for that. Use it.
What are your plans? Is there something that entices you? Something you have come across you want to explore more? A new concept? Write them down.
Almost all good writing begins with terrible first efforts. You need to start somewhere.
See you on the other side of the 30 days. Do drop by and let me know how it went!