I’m going to be doing quite a bit of writing in January. I want to keep this blog up, even when it’s very boring because I’m doing more or less the same thing over and over. I’ll probably write in the Yoga Center blog, and check in on the Yoga Center forums, and my plan is to write a couple of posts each week during YoMo. (Note the weasel words ‘plan’ and ‘a couple’.)
It’s a bit daunting. I did write a novel in November, so I can probably manage the January writing.
Any suggestions for what to write about?
3 thoughts on “Writing practice”
What’s your state of mind when you start your practice for the day? How can you see it change by the end of your practice? Does your breathing change in any way? Can you see any effects through the rest of your day after you’ve done your daily practice? Can you see any difference between how you feel during a day you’ve practiced and a day you haven’t? (Though I know you’ll be practicing every day in January.) It’ll be interesting to see if you can mark some (if any) mental/emotional/physical progression on a weekly basis through the month, too.
Just thinking onto the page….
You wrote a novel in November?!!!????!!
Deb: Great ideas for writing!
Holly: Yep. NaNoWriMo. So did Priscilla. You want to do it with us next year?