The 2020 Daily Writing Challenge – March 25

2020 Daily Writing Challenge

Writing is like driving at night in the fog.
You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.
– E. L. Doctorow

Today is Day 85 of the 2020 Daily Writing Challenge.

Did you write yesterday? Life is an endless parade of challenges, exciting experiences, and thrilling activities all competing for your time, attention, and energy. The glitter and glam captures your attention, turns your head, and you forget about doing what makes you happy. While having multiple interests speaks to your personal freedom and your right to choose, the fragmented focus can keep you from following your passion and derail the attainment of your goals.

What activity lights your eyes, sets fire to your soul, and penetrates every fiber of your being? If it makes you happy to sing, then sing. If your feet yearn to dance, allow them to waltz you around the room. If you are compelled to build, teach, run, give comfort, or host dinner parties or live events, please follow your heart. If you are called to write, make the space in your day to find your voice, open your laptop, your notebook, grab a pen, and record the words and stories that are begging to be told. I promise you there is someone in this world whose lives will be enriched by the passion you pursue.

Try it and let us know how you did in the comments below.


Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

11 thoughts on “The 2020 Daily Writing Challenge – March 25

  1. Hi Jo:
    I finally took your advice and decided to sit down and write as part of your instructions. I didn’t write this yesterday but I wrote it today primarily as my way of working myself back into writing daily and writing based on a wild and crazy write prompt. The prompt was: Prove your not crazy. Seeing that the writing is 400 words long, I didn’t know if I should include it within this comment or not. But, fact is I did it.
    Stay safe and stay well.

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  2. I did write yesterday – on my blog. I have oodles of draft ready to go on my blog. I love the second last sentence you wrote. I am making a conscious effort to write in my journal more. Thanks for encouraging me to keep at it.

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