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.
Sign up for the 31-day journal writing email course to complete your journal writing habit. ORDER July 30th
NaJoWriMo July Email Prompts
One way to take part in NaJoWriMo July is to sign up for daily journal writing prompts.
The prompts focus on the theme of Places and Journeys. You will explore…
- Places you’ve visited.
- Mountains you have climbed?
- What roads you’ve taken?
- What path you’re in your life?
- What places you want to visit?
- Traveling back in time.
Sign up for the course on June 30th and you will receive your first prompt on July 1st. If you subscribe to NaJoWriMo, you will get notices about signing up.
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