“What if 10,000 (or more!) people journaled together for 30 Days?” That’s what Lisa Sonora wants to know.
On July 1st I’ll be joining thousands of other new and experienced journalers for “FLOW – The 30-Day Journal Project.” Every day I’ll receive an inspirational quote and related journal prompts delivered to my email address. And best of all, it’s free to participate. That’s right – completely and totally FREE!
If you’ve never kept a journal before, this project is the perfect way to start. There’s no need to fear the blank page or wonder what you are going to write. The daily journal prompts will guide your writing as you explore making your creativity flow.
If you are experienced in keeping a journal, this project will help you dust off and freshen up your journal practice. I’ve kept a journal since the early 1970’s, but only recently began using journal prompts as part of Lisa Sonora’s Creative+Practice on-line class. Writing in response to a journal prompt opened up new information and understanding about my creative blocks and emotional patterns, especially around music and performance anxiety.
Our minds love to solve problems. When we give it a prompt to respond to, both our conscious and unconscious mind are activated to search for the “answers” to the questions that the prompts evoke.
If you’d like to participate in the FLOW- The 30-Day Journal Project, click the link, and sign up with your favorite email address. June 30th is only a week away. Don’t dawdle! You won’t want to miss your first journal prompt on July 1st.
4 thoughts on “I’m Doing The 30-Day Journal Project – And You Can, Too!”
It sounds great. When I had big problems in my life many, many years ago, I wrote during one year all my dreams which I saw during the night. To interpret them was rewarding. One big question was, did I see something from my future. I do not answer here, but…
I previewed some of the journaling prompts. I think it will be a very interesting month of writing!
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Ooo, this sounds like fun. Are you going to share your pages??
I think it will depend on what comes out of my pen. Just have to see what may be share-able.
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