Day 35: Why you write #100daychallenge


To heal.
To better understand what I feel and believe and what shakes me to my core.
To fall in love with myself, over and over again.
To feed the creative energy building up inside.
To release.
To feel good.
To remember to appreciate the small things.
To appreciate where I came from.
To learn to forgive.
To find beauty in an often ugly world.
To express what I can't in speech.
To share.
To tell stories.
To face my fears.
To show the world what you see isn't always the whole truth.
To allow the people I hold dear to my heart to understand how much I adore them.
To get in the habit of writing.
To become a better writer.
And more.

The #100daychallenge writing series is my way of holding my right brain accountable for all the brain fog in hopes that I'll learn to creatively organize my thoughts and learn something(s) new about myself in the process. The challenge includes prompts from the San Francisco Writers' Grotto's 642 Things to Write About. You can also follow my #100daychallenge here.

Unapologetically yours,