washing my hair

my writing manifesto:

// Be curious.

// Don’t compare.

// Write everyday.

// Believe in myself.

// Enjoy myself.

// Spend less time on the web. Or consume better, consciously.

// Remember Gretchen Rubin’s words, “Focus on actions, not outcomes.”

Tips for fighting mediocrity. Write like a cat.

^^ Be feisty. Be frisky. Take a catnip break.
^^ Purr more. Lick your leg and between your toes.
^^ Challenge a snake.
^^ Be naughty.
^^ Watch people shower.
^^ It’s okay. Let it all out.

Under tags, writing prompts you will find past posts that I hope will inspire you to write.  I’ve written about some broad and general topics that I believe everyone can participate in and I hope you will. And don’t forget to let me know about it, okay?

Stories lurk behind the blank page and connection dines on conversations, so let’s start eating. Bon appétit!

4 replies on “Writing Manifesto

  1. Hi Lani: I have included you in a poetry challenge. If you are not into this sort of thing, please feel free not to participate. It is supposed to be fun. The challenge is to post a poem about what LOVE IS…. to you. The criteria are: the poem is 10 lines long, each line begins with the word love and is only 4 words long. When you have completed the poem post it and list 15 other bloggers you think would enjoy the challenge. You can read more about this challenge at https://lightwalker1.wordpress.com/. In love and light Cheryle

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  2. Thanks Cheryle. I’m actually participating in University of Iowa’s “How Poets Write Poetry” MOOC course at the end of the month. I might wait to include this in one of the assignments. Thank you for thinking of me. Poetry forever, forever poetry. xxoo


  3. Oh my gosh I love this! I’m a fan of Rubin as well! Also I love “like a cat!” Let it all out indeed. I keep getting inspired by you. I think I’ll tackle a manifesto soon.

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