When you’re sitting on the sidelines of your writing, there’s lots of room in the stands for your fears to crowd around.
But once you get in the game, the fears can’t keep up with you. Fear hates a moving target. When you’re writing, even imperfectly, you gain confidence.
You have this writing impulse for a reason. You have something to say. You enjoy writing, if you can remember that.
You’re going to love the glow of confidence and creativity that writing regularly gives you.
Prompt: With more confidence around writing, I will…
This is part of a 30-day series focused on how free-writing can change your life. Start from the beginning here.