Friday, November 27, 2015

What if? 8 reflective questions to get me writing again.

It's been way too long since I have written! It's actually quite embarrassing to visit this blog and see that it's been over a year. No more excuses!

What if I wrote after these beautiful moments of inspiration?
 I wonder if these questions will motivate others as they now re-ignite my desire to put myself out there in the vulnerable act of blogging.

What if I didn't need a moment of brilliance in order to write?
What if one idea I wanted to share was simply enough?
What if one powerful student comment that I shared helped an educator to reconsider his/her practice?
What if I something I shared helped someone make it through the day?
What if I took a dedicated 20-30 minutes and wrote every. single. day?
What if I actually found a writer's group and shared my passion for writing while receiving critical feedback?
What if I actually dared to ask for an interview from experts I value?
What if I asked a friend to check in periodically to support my courageous creating?

What questions will you ask yourself today? What's something you've been longing to do but just haven't managed to accomplish, yet?

Please share your inspiration!


Stacey said...

These are great questions! I hope you find the answers you're looking for!

Hey Polly said...

Great questions! Writing is everything if you truly love writing! You know, there are outstanding bloggers, whom I write with pleasure and there are lots of people like me. It can become a hobby and a job! I don't like writing. So, it's not for me. In a college I can't stand writing college essays and when I have finances, I find essay writing service to order quality essays. That's why if you have time and desire, you must write! And I like your questions. Did you answer to all of them?

Robert Hart said...

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