Day 2

It's day two and already racking my brain trying to think of something to write that is really inspiring, meaningful or impressive. I've got nothing. It's Tuesday. I'm exhausted. And most of all, I'm worried that I'm going to write something crappy. I struggle to do things when I feel that I don't have the right amount of time, the right idea, the right set up and so on. I wish I were someone who could just doodle or jot down ideas in a notebook. A handwritten page with inevitable mistakes or if ideas didn't flow perfectly on the first go round would drive me crazy. Even when my To Do lists get a bit messy and out of order, I rip the paper out and rewrite the list. I most often write on my computer because I can go back easily and revise as I go. The same writers block used to happen in university and I simply had to force myself to write bit by bit until the paper was done. So to help unstick the writers block and push me out of my comfort zone regardless of what might come of it, I'm going to embark on a challenge within a challenge. I'm going to follow the below list of writing prompts for the next 30 days. My posts won't be perfect and they might not be long. But I will write down something every day and try not to stress too much if I haven't considered the subject matter in it's entirety... 

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