Choose Your Words for 2021 During This Online Journaling Workshop!

Happy New Year, friends! I hope you enjoyed your December holidays and are ready to start 2021 on the right foot. Last year was tough for everyone, though we also can’t lose sight of the positive or amazing things we experienced. The latter is something I definitely want to remember . . . which is why I’m excited to announce this special online journaling workshop! 

On Monday, January 18, I’m hosting Choose Your Words for 2021: A Journaling & Intention-Setting Workshop from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Eastern. This event, which will be via Zoom, is designed to be a fun and creative way to use journaling to set intentions and put your hopes for the year ahead into words.

During Choose Your Words for 2021, you won’t be making New Year’s resolutions. Instead, you’ll create affirmations for the qualities you want to practice, define your goals and dreams for 2021, and choose the words that align best with those hopes. You’ll also learn what a “word vision” board is (think the literary version of vision boards), why it’s important to write down your intentions, and how doing so can help you manifest those intentions and hopes in magical ways. 

Throughout the workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to share your affirmations, intentions, etc. and to support other writers in a safe, encouraging, and nurturing online space. If you sign up, plan to bring your favorite notebook or journal and a pen – and, if you have them, a sketch pad and pens or markers of different colors for the last activity. 

As I mentioned earlier, the workshop will be held on Monday, January 18, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Eastern. Tickets are $35.00 USD each and on sale through Sunday, January 17, via EventBrite here. Space is limited to 12 writers – and some of the tickets have already sold! So if you want to attend, register today to reserve your spot.

Hope to see some of you there!

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