NaJoWriMo Starts July 1st
Why Participate in NaJoWriMo
30 Day Challenges
Take the NaJoWriMo challenge and develop and maintain a journal writing habit in 30 days.
Use journal writing for personal enrichment, reaching goals, exploring your creativity, and recording your life as you live it.
Learn how journal writing is a powerful tool and practice for learning, problem-solving, and keeping yourself centered.
Benefits of Journal Writing
Enhance writing skills
Journal writing builds writing fluency and helps you learn to express your thoughts and ideas.
When you write honestly and pour out your worries, the act of writing can help you process your emotions and what’s on your mind.
Boost your memory
Journal writing is a great way to keep track of your experiences, ideas, and daily reactions to what’s happening in your world.
Set & attain goals
When you write something down, you become more committed to action. Writing helps you plan and figure out how to reach your goals.
Explore thoughts and ideas
Journal writing is a dialogue with yourself. Without being judged or censored, you can explore your thoughts and ideas about anything you want.
NaJoWriMo journaling book is a practical way of completing the month-long writing challenge. The 6×9 inch book is excellent for writing your response to the daily prompts. ORDER TODAY!
NaJoWriMo Journal Writing Book
Experienced journal writers know that writing can reveal submerged thoughts and ideas and help us figure out problems and connect to truths we often overlook.
The prompts for this journal writing book invite you to ponder…
- What challenges are you not facing?
- What’s something new you could try?
- What old habits need burying?
- What have you lost in your life?
- What fresh paths do you want to start on?
- What do you need to change or improve upon?
On each page of this journal book, prompts appear on the right for easier writing, followed by a blank space on the left.
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