As Emerson suggests, collect words and sentences that inspire you to speak your truth.
Streamline your writing style by keeping your language simple and placing your story center stage.
Use the power of recurring signs and symbols to keep your readers engaged.
A poem by Rachel Jamison Webster reminds us of the “red string of fate,” a belief that certain people are destined to meet in this lifetime.
When writing inspires us to find our place in the world.
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It takes courage, and vulnerability, to “dare greatly.” For this week’s inspiration, explore the significance of sincerity, vulnerability, and courage in your writing.
For your writing inspiration this week, explore the questions in your life, what they mean, and how they drive you.
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In The Golden Notebook, Doris Lessing writes that the words “good” and “nice” don’t mean anything; they’re not words to be used in a novel. What words to do you think are overused? What are your words of habit and can you write for a week without them?