100 Days of Writing with London Writer’s Salon

Let’s finish 2021 strong!

Source: London Writer’s Salon
  1. Who is your future self? Who do I want to be at the end of these 100 days?
  2. What do you want from your 100-day project?
  3. Brainstorm: (a) make a list of all the potential projects, (b) with your guiding rules in mind, rank your top 3, and (c) choose ONE to commit to during this time.
  4. Make a plan. What is your goal? When will you do the work? Put it into your schedule in a concrete way.
  5. Forecasting obstacles: What might stop you? Make a list of potential roadblocks. What can you do to avoid or mitigate against each obstacle?
  6. How will you stay accountable?
  7. What's your very next step? Do it now.

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Yael Shira

Creative practice, chronic illness, and everyday healing. Writing to write, 25 minutes a day.