“All glory comes from daring to begin.”
― Ruskin Bond
Journal Writing Prompts About Daring
Beginning this 30 Day Journal Project feels daring because…
Write down an achievement you feel proud of:
In order to have (your proud achievement), I had to dare to begin…
Do these same two prompts together with as many achievements you wish, then connect the dots. What patterns emerge?
This post is part of the FIRE: 30 Day Journal Project.
Journal Writing Made Easier
During the first 30 Day Journal Project, I found that having the prompts printed out in advance helped me get right into my writing for the day.
This is my lazy writing & journaling method. It works!
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My goal with this project is to help you discover the power and magic of regular creative journaling.
Whether you are brand new to writing or journaling or simply want to break out of a rut in your creative practice, these printable prompts make it fast and easy to get going.
See how played with this quote in my visual journal, and read my journal entry here: It all begins with daring.
Facing the blank page can be intimidating. So I wrote this piece to help you get started:
Share your thoughts in the comments on daring beginnings… what are you discovering? What are you hoping for?
I found today’s quote in a passage of Ruskin Bond’s memoir, Scenes from a Writers Life.
I suspect he was referencing the phrase, though not attributing it to anyone. It’s been attributed to Shakespeare and others.
If you know of another source, feel free to share in the comments. Thanks!
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