Day #21 of 21 Days to Disciplined Writing
From Camari Carter-Hawkins
YOU DID IT!!!!
Great job, Carol Anne!!
You know, there is a blessing for those who start something and finish it. Now, don't you fret if you didn't complete each challenge. You gave it a shot. You challenged yourself to get disciplined with your craft and got to the end!~
That is worth celebrating.
CHEERS TO YOU!!!
To finish off this goal, I want you to write something not-so-creative. Here's what I want you to do.
1. Write down a time that you will write, everyday. (You can still post your writings to the Facebook Group for accountability)
2. Jot down 2 things you'd love to do with your writings.
3. Jot down 2 goals you want to accomplish as a writer.
4. Write down 1 small goal that will get you closer to your goals today.
Be encouraged. You did something mighty these past 21 days. I want you to continue to write every morning (if possible), or just every day. Be committed to yourself and your craft.
I am cheering you on!
Stay connected in the FB group. If you really enjoyed this challenge, share it with someone you think will enjoy as well.
First, thank you Camari. This was a fun project. I like getting up first thing in the morning, focusing on one writing process so that I feel the success of having written that day. What is good for me is that I feel okay about moving onto the other life tasks I have as I know I have been good to me in that I have written, first.
I will write every morning, like I have been doing here. I have one personal goal to finish, the back patio. Once that is done, probably by tomorrow, Thursday, I will write every morning, like I have been doing here. My new hours will be 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Two things I would love to do with my writings are 1.) publish in a journal. I realize that there are nursing journals that take fiction. I would like to publish in one of them. 2.) speak about writing to young people.
Goals to achieve as a writer. I would like to publish a book every two years and I would like to reach women at risk to show that life can be different.
Establishing an income stream that will underscore my income leaving me free to write.
Again…thank you Camari. This was great.