Because I’ve wanted to challenge myself lately, and because March is coming up soon, why not create my own set of prompts and hop on the writing train? After coming up with a balance of thought-provoking and entertaining questions, alas, I present to you
the juiciest, most-thought provoking 31-day writing challenge.
If you’re like me, you have a bunch of blank journals and notebooks that you once bought (while promising to yourself that you’d fill them out) that wind up gathering dust. But writing is good for the mind and soul. And there’s something about writing when you know it’s for you and you alone – no one will ever see it. Journaling can be the ultimate brain dump.
Disclaimer: although this calendar was originally meant for March 2021, the prompts will apply for any consecutive 31-days! It doesn’t have to be at the start of a month.
What’s the catch to the writing challenge?
- You are not allowed to think about your answers ahead of time.
- There is no “right” answer.
- No skipping days (unless it’s an emergency).
Why should I do it?
Well, besides the obvious getting to know yourself better, it’ll enhance focus, expand vocabulary, refine communication, improve contemplation, and revamp your brain activity! (AND we’re doing it together.)
Where can I download prompts for the writing challenge?
Look no further!
Be sure to come back on March 1st to read my entries and follow along.