What if 10,000 (or more!) people journaled together for 30 Days?
This is the audacious idea that launched the very first 30 Day Journal Project in January, 2014.
Since then, more than 8,000 journalers have participated from around the globe.
For many, it was the very first time they dared to face the blank page.
So many people wrote in to say:
“Wow – I never journaled before, and this project inspired me to begin.”
Other participants are experienced writers, coaches, and creatives – many who teach writing and creativity themselves.
Why I created the 30 Day Journal Project
Creative journaling is my number one tool as an artist and creative entrepreneur.
I designed this project to help you discover the magic that happens when you journal for 30 days.
30 days of prompts and ideas to inspire, motivate, and en-Courage you, with creative community to support you. That’s my intention.
How it works:
The 30 Day Journal Project brings you 30 days of inspiration and journaling prompts for 30 days, delivered right to your email address.
To sign up for the latest 30 Day Journal Project, come on over here: 30 Day Journal Project
It’s free to participate.
You’ll get the first prompt when you register, and another for a total of 30 days.
Supplies: All you need to begin is a notebook and something to write with. If you’ve taken other workshops with me, you can use those supplies, too. If not, you’ll see some fun ideas to try yourself.
There’s more goodness included, including ways to connect with other participants, and get pretty visuals to print out for your journal, add to your Pinterest gallery, or share as you wish.
Learn more about the 30 Day Journal Project here >
Help Spread the Word!
Together, we can start a journaling revolution! Invite your friends to journal with you by sharing this post.
You can also download one of these graphics to use in your own email or on your own website or blog.
Right click to download (choose: Save Image As). When you use the graphic add this link so people can sign up: https://www.lisasonora.com/30-day-journal-project/
What is your biggest challenge with journaling?
What do you want to take away from this journaling project?