What does your Voice Sound like?
Does it feel like a stranger's voice? Or are you hiding under the blankets, in silence?
#30Dayswithak is Back!
The 30-day writing challenge for hopeful writers & brazen world changers.
The #30DaysWithaK challenge will help you build a writing practice that feels like home, and it will get your butt in the seat - writing every day.
Don't give up on your Voice until you've tried #30DaysWithaK:
Receive a prompt every day for the next month, to help you explore your Writing Practice and Purpose - while finding a comfortable way to build your Voice into something you not only recognize, but also Love and Trust enough to Share.
Build a Practice that feels like home, and give your voice some room to grow.
- Learn to make space in your world for writing,
- Find the rhythms & routines that will help you find consistency,
- Get to know your resistance, so you can defeat it,
- Find what motivates you to keep going, when your pen gets heavy,
- Add luxury and joy to your writing practice, and
- Figure out how that'll all work in your life. Because that's where you'll be writing.
With 30 days of free-writing prompts - designed to help you create a regular habit that feels good and develops your skills, in the life you have already. You don't need to move to New York or Toronto.
What is Freewriting, and how does it work?
There are only 3 rules, but they're hard to follow alone - that's why you need 30 days & some friends.
Free-writing is a lot like throwing words at the page, without any plan to publish or share them with anyone else. It's a stream of consciousness word-barf practice that will really help you to stop judging yourself while you explore ideas. As such, it's hugely helpful in releasing the judgemental inner-critic voices we all have.
When practiced regularly, it will loosen your Voice and teach you to trust the words that come out of your pen. It creates space in your life for you to practice creativity without purpose, more fluid drafting, and how to have a little fun.
You can practice everyday forever and always - or you can choose (like me) to dip into the practice every season or so to shake out the cobwebs.
It doesn't matter what words come out, so long as you get into the habit of putting them on the page.
Practise letting your words hit the page without any expectations of perfection or block-inducing judgement.
for some fun
And learn what kinds of things you can do personally to make the practice feel comfortable, exciting and luxurious.