Whether it’s the start of a new year, the end of a hectic season, or a new chapter in your life, there are times when we all need to shake up our routines and refocus. When we have big dreams, it can be intimidating to actually take the first step. I get a lot of questions about where to start, especially on big projects. The answer? At the beginning. The free 31 Day Writing Reset will make it easy to prioritize your writing again. We’ll start at the beginning–and it will be incredible!
What is the Writing Reset?
It’s a free, 31 day email challenge.
That means, when you sign up, you’ll get an email instantly with the Day 1 mission. Each day, for one month from your starting date, you’ll receive a short-and-sweet daily mission to help you refocus and reprioritize your writing.
This email challenge is designed to prevent burnout. We’ve all tried to plunge into a new routine head-first, only to crash and burn a few days later. (Think of gym memberships plummeting after New Year’s resolutions lose their shine…) That’s why these emails jump in heart-first 😉
The challenge will also help you think of your amazing gift in a fresh way–maybe in ways you’ve never considered!
Will the Free 31 Day Writing Reset help me…?
For the first few days, we won’t even do any actual writing. Instead, we’ll do fun, surprising short missions to set the context for your work. I think you’re going to love it 😉
If you feel scattered, overwhelmed, or dazed when you think about getting back into a writing routine, then this challenge will definitely help. With short, quick wins each day, you’ll be able to look at your writing from a new perspective, and heal the old writing wounds.
Even if you’ve never been able to stick to a schedule before, don’t worry. This is the writing routine for people who hate routines
It’s not for you if:
- You’re comfortable. If you don’t feel that nagging, that, ‘I-should-be-writing’ pull, then this probably isn’t for you.
- You’re looking for publishing tips. This challenge is about getting past burnout and confusion. For publishing helps, start here.
- You’re not serious about setting up a consistent (but not restrictive) writing practice. And that’s fine. Some seasons are crazier than others. But if you’ve reached the point where you feel like it’s time to start–or restart– then this is a great way to get back into your writing.
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