Seasons of the Writing Life: Season 3- Cultivate

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This morning I finally sat to work on a poem I wrote for inclusion in a local anthology. As I looked at the piece, I began to change, add, remove, re-read and reconsider my words. I had already done this at least twice if not three times prior, but today, finally, I reworked the opening portion to my satisfaction. After I sent it off, I reread it and found a grammatical error, and a questionable line placement that seemed fine, until another look.

 

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Organic Writing

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Welcome to the halfway point of our journey through 31 Days of Writing in October. My topic: Writing Redeemed. The title of this series is meaningful yet vague enough to leave lots of wiggle room!

Today I am sharing some thoughts on how I define my relationship with my writing.

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How I Stay Committed to My Writing Life

 

 

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Thursday I posed a question here on the blog, and asked you to “ask me anything”. Well, I appreciate those of  you who took the time to comment and offer up some good questions for me.

The reason I love questions, is they inspire thinking, and thinking creates opportunity for insights and insights lead to epiphanies, and epiphanies lead to rich journaling and writing moments….and so on and so on.

If you missed that post, it’s short, you can CLICK HERE and read it now, or give a peek after reading today’s post.

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Have You Ever Seen a Walking Butterfly? Birthday Bundle Giveaway

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Yesterday I stated that the best way to celebrate your birthday every day is by giving yourself away. I want to clarify. I’m not talking about selling yourself out, or being taken advantage of in any way- don’t misunderstand.

I am talking about being a willing giver.

We all have something to give, don’t we? Whether time, talent, cash, caring or creativity. None of us is ever truly empty-handed.

Each year as my birthday rolls around, I start to thinking what I would like to have…only to come to the same conclusion, I really need nothing.

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When I was a Little Girl (Prompt 20/21)

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One. More. Day. Today is day twenty of our journaling journey. I’ve posed a question on my Facebook Page @ Enthusiastically, Dawn.– check it out and let me know your thoughts. Today’s prompt can be a lighthearted look at childhood. If you’re like my hubby, you have so many happy family memories, he always is bringing up moments from the past, and can be quite nostalgic. I have a mixed bag from my past…but that doesn’t mean I can’t look back and find a few rays of sunshine. I know that had I not suffered  many of the things I did, I would not be the same person. I believe we can find something to be thankful for even in a challenging or tragic childhood. I know  I have.

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