Hello Monday! I always like to start the beginning of the week with motivation, and I hope that it inspires you all to do the same! This week focus on going outside the norm. You don’t realize how much you conform to society’s standards until you realize why you do things a certain way. So be different! And don’t try so hard to be normal because as Maya Angelou said “you will never know how amazing you can be.”
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We love an inspirational moment here at the Write Nook, especially on Monday’s. Every now and then we all need to remind ourselves that we have it in us! To do whatever we want to do!
As you are reading this I urge you to share it with someone who might need to be reminded. I love creating these posts for you all because they become a great reminder to me. This is me showing my heart. I am slowly determining my fate with everything I do, and so are you.
So happy Monday! And remember no matter how big or small you are determining your fate with each action, so make them count!
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The Merriam-Webster dictionary definition of weird is as follows: of strange or extraordinary character.
I could just stop the post there because who doesn’t want to be extraordinary. The words have been filling our ears and minds for as long as we can remember, but when does it truly start to resonate with yourself? Embrace your weird, strange, odd, and extraordinary attributes that make you who you are!
If someone says they will never read a book about a werewolf detective because it is weird…write it anyway! It could be the best story you have ever written. Continue to be yourself and lift other writers up as well!
Take a minute and appreciate all that you have written. Be proud of it and remember that it all came from you!
Like a record that will keep on spinning, I will constantly remind you that writing is powerful in so many ways. It allows you to discover and uncover your inner most thoughts, feelings, and ideas.In order to discover what you know, you can write! And just keep on writing. That is why we encourage you so often to write everyday- because you never know when you will return to that thought, feeling, or idea that will turn into something bigger!
Some say it is good to be scared every now and then. It can push you towards your goals, and allows you to think from a different perspective. Now this doesn’t have to be jump-out-of your-skin kind of scared. It can be a personal vulnerability in your writing, such as being afraid to write something new or expressing a different opinion. However, in most cases that fear is holding you back. I encourage you to get out of your own head and do something that scares you! You only have one life to live, make sure you live it up to YOUR highest potential.
Sometimes it is best to face things head-on. In times like these we need to band together to make it a little easier. Did you know of all the support you can get online! Even just reading this post and sharing it with others may help someone get through the day a little easier. Join reading and writing communities on the internet. My two favorite hashtags are #writingcommunity and #writerslift. You will be amazed by all the support people are giving each other! So let’s support each other, and together we can get through it the best we can!
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We have made it to another Monday! Now more than ever we have to balance our work over everything else. How is the transition going for you, and what are some of the ways you stay proactive? Let us know!