The other night, as we all hunkered down in our respective homes away from COVID-19, a friend told me she was going to stay in and “do some writing.”
This woman had never, not once, expressed an iota of interest in writing!
As an office manager, she doesn’t have to do “content” for her job. But she feels called to write.
I love this. And, while I’m surprised, I’m kind of not.
Writing isn’t just a job—it’s an act: A powerful way to tap your creativity, but also to take back a sense of control.
And when so much feels out of our control, writing empowers, grounds, and pushes back against fear. It’s an exercise in sovereignty and sanity.
I think of it like running.
I run, but not because I’m good at it. I’ll never be the best at it, I’ve never won a race, and that’s not the point.
The point of running, for me, is to run—because of how it makes me feel, because it reminds me I have a capable body and one that feels best when it’s used.
That’s what writing is like.
It feels good to do—but not when the goal is to win a race or a contest. Yuck. It feels good when it makes you recognize what YOU are capable of.
Since no one is going anywhere, anytime soon, what if you took some time to do some writing, too?
Join me for 30 Days on the Page.
I designed 30 Days on the Page for you—wherever you are. Every day for 30 days, you get an email from me with a 20-minute audio program. All you have to do is sit down, press play, listen, and WRITE.
That’s it! I’m with you the whole way.
The program will help you break new ground on your new ideas, and gain momentum in developing, fleshing them out, and making them real and ready to share with the people you most want to reach.
Seriously, check it out. The sense of accomplishment you get from spending time on the stuff that matters to you is like nothing else.
And it’s $1/day! So don’t wait.