There is this saying..."Good things come to those who wait," ah yes they probably do but how long are we supposed to wait until those good things come along exactly? A week? A month? Six months? A YEAR? LONGER?!
Writing is not new-fact! It has been around for ever and has been used to communicate, document, describe, record and plan everything. It is useful, beautiful and essential has the power to entertain and inform, educate and empower, inspire and fascinate, shock and surprise. It can make us laugh, reduce us to tears and help ...
You can use daily journaling and writing to deal with a whole raft of situations and challenges—it’s simply a case of embracing the process and making your daily writing practice something that becomes part of your routine and something that you think of as a positive investment in your future.
Hello! welcome to Day 6 of our Write Your Life Seven Day Writing Challenge. We only have one more day to go so it’s time to spend some time working on the blueprint for your future. By now you will probably have discovered that if you try and move forward while there are still blocks ...
So many of us want to make changes, set some new goals and achieve great things, and yet we never seem to have TIME to do it! We can come up with all sorts of reasons why we can't do it and then wonder why everyone else seems to be smashing their goals and we are still stuck where we are.
I hope you are reading this because you are planning to sign up for our Seven Day Writing Challenge which kicks off tomorrow!
January is a tricky month-we feel we HAVE to make changes because everyone else is, but if we are really honest with ourselves all we really want to do is eat biscuits and watch Netflix!
Specificity or the quality of being clear and exact is so important when we want to make change because if we are too broad or vague when we talk about our ideas and write down our goals, it is will much harder to work out what we really need to do to achieve those all important changes.