30 Day Writing Challenge


In the recent weeks, I discovered something called, "The Writing Challenge." It takes place over the course of 30 days, and each day has a specific topic to write about. I've been slacking in my personal free-writing lately, and so I thought this would be a useful challenge to maybe help get me back into the swing of things. Honestly, you guys, writing is such a good thing to do. It's very therapeutic and stress-releasing, whether you're writing about an incident that occurred, or dreams you plan to achieve. I have a feeling this challenge is meant for bloggers, as it instructs the writer to "post" this and that each day, but I don't plan to publicly take on this challenge, but rather, complete it in my journal as A. I don't want to flood my blog with back-to-back writing challenges, and B. It's good to physically write out things once in awhile as opposed to typing ALL THE TIME. I've changed up the challenge just a little bit because I thought some of the topics were a little silly, but I also wanted this to be more beneficial in a way that you have to really think hard and maybe discover something new about yourself. I wanted to this with you so hopefully I can inspire some of you guys to start writing more as well! 

Day 1.  List 10 things that make you really happy
Day 2. Write something that someone told you about yourself that you never forgot
Day 3. What are your three pet peeves
Day 4. Write about someone who inspires you
Day 5. List five places you want to visit and why
Day 6. Write five ways to win your heart over
Day 7. List 10 songs you're loving right now and what you like about them
Day 8. Share something you struggle with
Day 9. Post some words of wisdom that really speak to you
Day 10. Write about something for which you feel strongly
Day 11. Something you always think, "What if..." about
Day 12. Write about five blessings in your life
Day 13. What are you excited about in the future?
Day 14. Post your favorite movies that you never grow tired of watching
Day 15. Bullet-point your entire day
Day 16. Write about something you miss
Day 17. Post about your zodiac sign and whether you feel it actually fits you or not
Day 18. Write 30 facts about you
Day 19. Discuss your first love
Day 20. List five new skills you'd like to learn and why
Day 21. What are some self-qualities you absolutely love about yourself?
Day 22. What are 5 lessons you've learned over the past year?
Day 23. Write a letter to someone, anyone, but don't send it
Day 24. Write about an area in your life that you'd like to improve
Day 25. List your highs and lows for the month
Day 26. List five things that make you laugh-out-loud
Day 27. List five physical features about yourself that you love and why
Day 28. Share five ways that instantly boost your mood
Day 29. Write about the past in your life and how it has changed 
Day 30. Did you discover or gain anything from this challenge? Write about it!

I hope you find this challenge helpful or useful, and just maybe it will help you realize a few things about yourself. Like I said above, writing is a good thing to do, and many successful and happy people claim they incorporate it into their daily lifestyle. If you'd like to check out the minimalism challenge I posted on The Ivory Fawn earlier this month, click here

9 comments

  1. This looks like it would be super helpful for accidentally developing blog topics to write about! Free writing is super therapeutic... and I agree, there's something about getting it physically on paper that goes above & beyond typing. I think I'm going to add this to my "writing" segment of Hal Elrod's 60-min Miracle Morning. It seems to fit with the whole "personal development" theme. Thanks for sharing and I appreciate you fine-tuning the list for us all.

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  2. This sounds like a really cool challenge. It reminds me of journaling. I think it helps in discovering things about yourself whether feeling, goals, etc. Really cool!

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  3. I love this idea. I've learned that writing can be really relaxing. Thanks for sharing this wonderful challenge.

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  4. This was soooo helpful! I would've love to do this 30 Day writing challenge, asap! I just need a really cute notebook!

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  5. This sounds like it'd be the perfect way to kept your mind active and come up with some blog post ideas too!!

    Elie
    Www.scotchandstilettos.com

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  6. This sounds like an amazing idea. I want to do this challenge because writing is such a great stress relief and fun way to get your emotions out. I will be saving this.

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  7. This seems so achievable, simple but yet so beneficial! I used to try to write my daily achievements for the day and fell off after sometime. This sounds like a good exercise to ease someone into daily writing!

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  8. I like this :) I feel like writing is just like a physical exercise. You have to do it every day to keep your strength up!

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  9. This sounds like a great idea! I would love to do this writing challenge!

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