Somewhere between January 1 and today, life happened.
Goals are golden. We make New Years resolutions with the best intentions. But for those of us with especially harsh inner critics, the giant gulf between our goal setting on January 1st and today's reality can leave us feeling deflated and frustrated.
But perhaps we can view the next 100 days with a different lens. This week, we’re born anew.
We still have 100 days to focus on our creative projects.
Could you finish your book?
Could you start your screenplay?
Could you ship off your book proposal?
Could you launch a new creative project?
Could you start a poetry habit, learn how to draw, pick up journaling?
Could you make progress on [fill in unrealized dream here]?
What needs to change in your life?
What are you putting off?
What might you chisel away at?
What might happen if you spent 30 minutes of every single day in the pursuit of something new, different, or challenging?
What if you took 100 of the tiniest steps in the direction of a creative dream?
Anne Dillard said:
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour, and that one, is what we are doing.”
Let's spend the next 100 days with intention. Let's be kind to ourselves by focusing on what matters.
Let's recommit to our writing.
Let's finish 2022 strong.
September 23 is Day 1.
December 31 is Day 100.
In this workshop we’ll cover:
Helping you choose your 100 Days goal.
Tips on setting an ambitious but achievable writing goal.
A template to build your 100-day writing roadmap with milestones.
How to create systems and habits to stay on track.
Creative tips and tricks to creating compelling work.
Plus, we've created a 100-Day Tracker to help you track your progress in the final days of 2022!
Register to let us know you'll be there.
We can't wait to see you.
Matt & Parul