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750words does for me what meditation did not. I can become one with myself, which is all my joy, rage, fear, sorrow and disgust without judging myself harshly. To be utterly myself without telling myself I should be better, wiser or more loving, is the epitome of freedom. I live by one simple rule: I know all that I feel and I do what is morally right. Or more simply: I act right and feel aII I feel.

Testimonial Note from Marc Tretin on Fri, Apr 05
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I just completed the March Challenge and I cannot believe how much I have grown. Giving me a goal to write 750 words everyday for a month and helped me to develop a habit of writing. As I embark on my Ph.D., 750 words has been instrumental in helping me develop as a writer!

Testimonial Note from Douglas C. McCall on Tue, Apr 02
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I just hit my 366th consecutive day of writing on here, which of course means I’m officially past the one year mark. I promised myself I would do this once I hit one year, so here we go I guess.

750 Words has been the kind of constant in my life that’s been incredibly helpful. Its been a source of inspiration, a source of accomplishment, and in my darkest times over this year last year, a source of comfort as well.

Whether it was writing down ideas and thoughts for things I was working on, or just splurging thoughts out of my noggin for the sake of it, 750 Words has consistently kept me writing for over a year now, and I’m incredibly grateful for that

Oftentimes the hardest part of writing isn’t always the planning, or coming up with a story, or figuring out how to make that story work- its actually just sitting down and writing it. There’s been a lot of days- especially lately- where just writing has been one of the hardest things for me to do, and everytime I can’t bring myself to do it I start to doubt my capacity to do it at all. 750 Words is something I can look back on and show myself when my dumb anxious brain wants to make me think I can’t do something- and I’m really grateful to have something like that.

So thank you Buster and Kelli-Anne for 750 Words. I’m going a year strong, and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon

Testimonial Note from Samuel John Wright Jones on Sat, Mar 16