Monday, September 17, 2018

Setting Aside Time-Writing

Hello my friends. If you all read my posts last week you know I am trying to get back into working at some of the interest and hobbies I have. One I shared with you all is writing. I have always wanted to write a devotional book and a book sharing my story about depression along with anxiety/panic disorder.


I am a long way from these two things above but to begin on the journey I am setting aside time 2 days a week to work on building my writing skills.  I will be doing some writing prompts and etc. I also plan to try and find a writing e-course or workshop to get my flow going.

I have also planned our days a little better in hopes to get a better flow to our routine at home. This has allowed me to set aside some time to work on writing and etc. Fingers crossed.



Are you a writer?  Do you journal?  What are things, helps, courses, or any tips you could share that you do or use to get your creative juices flowing?

Blessings!

7 comments:

  1. This blog is my journal and I love to write but have so little time now. Someday. But I encourage you to write about your what ever you want to call it because you are so not alone.

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  2. Hi Chrissy!
    Good for you for setting time aside for you!
    I think you should write what is dear to your heart.
    The words will flow easily!
    I do enjoy writing too.
    Have a cozy afternoon!

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  3. I love to write!
    I have written three short stories.
    I would love to write children books one day.
    When you find what your passion about it will bring you Joy!
    I think you are going to do great!

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  4. I love to write! I'm so proud of you for finding time to do it for yourself. It is the number one most therapeutic thing I can do. I hope I can follow your example! I had time scheduled over the summer, but now that the school year has started again, I need to find a new time.

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  6. Good for you, dear Chrissy! I wish I kept a journal. I always start off well, but then I fizzle out after a few weeks. I suppose my blog is my journal {{smiles}}

    Enjoy your week. Hugs!

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  7. I loved Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott - she has good solid exercises if (like me!) you have trouble getting started!

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