15 Tweets For Talking About Your Journal Writing

Starting with NaJoWriMo for October 16, I’m promoting the use of the Twitter hashtag, #amjournalwriting.

By using this hashtag, you can communicate your daily journal writing habit to follow journal keepers, and encourage your Twitter contacts to start keeping  journal.

How It Works

If you never used an hashtag on Twitter, it’s really easy. Just add the hashtag to the end of your tweet, or any part of your tweet where it seems appropriate.

Here’s example of a tweet I recently wrote using the hashtag:

#amjournalwriting hashtag tweet

Next, you can view the tweets that use the hashtag by doing a search on Twitter, or you can link to and bookmark this page to see all the tweets.

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@NaJoWriMo I am on day 10 and going strong towards self renewal! Lots of good thoughts in my journal this month so far. #amjournalwriting

Stephen Van Vugt

Day 5 - April NaJoWriMo challenge! Using daily prompts to focus thoguhts. Join in!

Gary Varner

@NaJoWriMo Nope, not my first time for NaJoWriMo. First time paying for the prompts so I am being more diligent than previous attempts.

Stephen Van Vugt

It's April, so it's ! I need to bust out a new journal at bedtime.

Jenna Hatfield

Click to Tweet

You may be wondering what can you say in a tweet about journal writing. Well, the following a list of 15 tweets that you can choose from, or to give you some ideas.

You can modify any of the tweets you click to use. The tweet should open up in Twitter where you can add it to your Twitter stream.

See You On Twitter

I hope the #amjournalwriting hashtag is good idea, and that it encourages us to keep up with our journal writing, as well as encourage others to discover the power of journal writing for personal growth.

If you think the hashtag is a useful idea, please use it as often as possible. It may take a while to catch on, but the more it’s used, the more others will start using it.

 

 

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Bakari Chavanu

is the creator of NaJoWriMo, and is the author of the interactive iBook, Starting From Day One: Using the Day One Journaling App to Record and Enrich Your Life