September 30 Day Writing Challenge

“There’s no reason to stop. If you’re constantly thinking new thoughts and dealing with new problems, it refreshes your brain cells and makes new connections.” — Quote from a Doctor who still works 80 to 90 hours a week at 74


Last Septmeber I took a challenge to BLOG Well, at least for the month of September. It was a personal challenge to regain my writing mojo, keep my brain active and creating and lastly it just sounded like fun!

I found list of challenge questions online and began my journey. While it was tough on some days, looking back at the writing and period of my life, it was exactly what I needed.

September is a month that embodies CREATIVITY. It is back to school. The colors turn more vibrant and many different shades. It is a new beginning and also an ending.

I am going to take this challenge again. This is a creative outlet and journey I am excited to go on. If you would like to join me, I have combined a few different lists I found for writing challenges. The questions are below. I would love to read your posts and have fun creating new shit Well, for September.


1. 10 Things that make you really happy

2. Write about someone who inspires you

3. 5 ways to win your heart

4. 3 lessons you want your children to learn from you

5. Put your music on shuffle and post the first 10 songs

6. Write about something that is kicking your ass right now

7. The hardest thing you have ever experienced

8. What popular notion do you think the world has most wrong

9. Somewhere you’d like to move or visit

10. 10 things you would tell your future self

11. What is your love language

12. Your current relationship, if single discuss how single life is

13. 3 legitimate fears you have and how they became fears

14. Write a letter to the person who broke your heart the most

15. Write a list of the books that have changed your life. Write your favorite quotes or lessons down from them as well.

16. Write about a time that you truly felt the most alive

17. What meditation has taught me

18. What is the best conversation you had today

19. Why did you start blogging/writing? 

20. What is the biggest barrier between you and full honesty in your journaling

21. What scares you most about dying?

22. 10 things you would tell your 16 year old self

23. If you could start your life over, what 3 things would you change

24. I wish I knew these three things for sure

25. When you picture God, what does he/she look like

26. I’ve always wondered…

27. If you knew she/he had to answer honestly, what would you ask

28. Tomorrow will be better because today I learned…

29. If I had the courage I would…

30. What is the one thing you wish others understood about you

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  1. Kelly says:

    What a great idea! I am training for my 1st marathon and began following you on IG and one of the most profound things you said was that your kids look up to you. They need to see you setting goals and achieving them so one day they will do the same.

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