Note: this course is set to begin January 1st.
Most experienced journal writers know that the power of journal writing lies in writing and reflection. First off, writing things down —be it in a journal, a planner, or worksheet —is a form of commitment. It's an action that goes beyond passive thoughts and wishful thinking.
For the purposes journal writing, this theme invites you to examine your goals, your challenges, and your motivations. Some prompts simply ask you to list what you've accomplished, and what you plan to get done.
By the end of this 30-day journal writing theme, you'll get a clearer understanding of your priorities and principles for personal growth and achieving your goals.
The benefits of daily writing prompts is that you get one prompt per day, and you can respond to that prompt in your paper or digital journal. If you are using an online journal writing software like Penzu, you can copy and paste each prompt in a new journal entry or simply email your response to the prompt to your journal writing account.
Daily prompts in your mailbox means that your prompts are accessible from any device (phone, desktop, table, online) in which you receive your mail.
When you subscribe to this course, your first prompt will arrive in your email the next day. You will also receive downloads for other journal writing resources.
Author and long time journal writer, Bakari Chavanu is the creator of National Journal Writing Month (NaJoWriMo), which begin January 1, 2015. Bakari is the author of the interactive book, Starting From Day One: Using the Day One Journaling App to Record and Enrich Your Life, and he’s been keeping a journal for over 35 years.
Note: Your can order this course today, but it begins on January 1st.