In my writing classes, people often come to terms with what’s truly important for them. Often, they sign up to work on a project. But before they can get into the material, some clearing away the underbrush is called for.
OY! You’re saying now. I don’t want to do personal journaling and I don’t want to do therapy. (Unless like me, you do.) But trust me, accessing your truth and knowing your priorities will inform your writing.
The cool thing about being a writer is that it all counts. It all contributes to the work. You knowing yourself and knowing what you want leads to you being a better writer.
Prompt: What’s important to me now…
This is part of a 30-day series focused on how free-writing can change your life. Start from the beginning here.