If you’re like me, you’re a journal addict. You probably have two or three spare journals sitting around your bookshelves (or stacked nicely in a corner) just waiting for inspiration to strike. But what happens if you take a normal day and share it with the world?
I’m going for 20 seconds of bravery here and sharing one of my writer journal entries with you. There are tons of articles out there on how to journal and why it’s beneficial for a writer to have a journal. But how many are going to give you a peek inside their world? Maybe you could draw some inspiration from it.
Dar’s Writer’s Journal: 3/10/17
I’m working in the Artist’s Way Morning Pages Journal…it’s big enough to have a place of its own on my desk, but too big to carry with me. It forces me to write at home. Some times that’s a good thing…other times I carry index cards with me and write on them.
Love yourself, always.
Life doesn’t wait for anyone…go get it.
Believe in yourself.
You are a Warrior. #beastmode
Fight for it – it’s worth it!
Be calm like ninja.
Write from the heart of truth and the moment of spark.
Overcome fear and use it as fuel.
20 seconds of courage.
18 stitches – 20 rows – size 8 needles.
Shasta, the Malamute puppy, found her voice today.
Water. Mistake. Remember me. History.
Drabbles…drabbles…always dragon drabbles
We may be poor, but we are not stupid.
Lead by example.
Do what you love and share the joy of life while doing it.
If you can’t do what you want, do what you can until you do what you want and then do that.
Some people run from fire…others run into it.
Tastes like clean.
Family left behind – others go to work – on the road of life – lost
machines and experiences?
What would make you stand up and be a hero?
Everyone wants their story to be the most important…how can you tell a story where it has impact on the lives of others? Meaning?
Asteroid – meteor – Earth – mind games
Potential to solve problems
Why do women use a spare seat for a bag when they aren’t saving it? Why not put it on the floor?
What’s next? A step off the planet and into the great beyond.
Everything momentous in human history was accomplished because someone took a chance and made a move away from the norm.
SOURCE – energy – energy – dreams into fruition.
What will it take to write 100 books in my lifetime?
That’s about 4 books a year.
Nora Roberts has done that.
Stephen King does it.
What does that look like?
How could I schedule that?
Is that the pace I want to live my life?
The geeky gamer girl finished a five-hour stretch of Uncharted after finally reaching the score she wanted. To celebrate, she opened a bottle of water and toasted the credits. She stood, stretched, leaned back and didn’t remember the last time she did it. She looked out the window and saw …
Bubbles frothed in a foamy latte.
I came back swinging.
Snow encapsulated the corpse like a sarcophagus.
The mathematician couldn’t do math.
Follow me into the woods. I dare you.
“Tell the truth.” “Namaste.”