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Notes of inspiration from members

20 cups

Sometimes this site annoys me. Not the site itself, but the thought that I still have to write. All 750 words or just 200 more, doesn’t matter, I just lose motivation. Although through this site I have learned that sometimes it is really easy to write 750 words. And that I can absolutly do it.
I prefer to write (fan-)fiction on here because writing a story makes me feel more accomplished. But at times I just switch into a diary mode. Often it’s because it fills the words faster to just write about my day. Other times I use it to process really important things that happened. And right now I’ve written almost 880 000 words and my streak is 600 days strong. I’ve started 1035 days and only once forgot to upload and write the last remaining words.
And although I tell myself that I want to write fiction on here and that that is better, today as I revisited some old entries I’m equally if not more grateful for the ‘diary’ entries I’ve written. Inbetween days my soul is laid bare here and integrated into the fiction parts. Being able to revisit the emotions and reactions I had is great and really helpful.
Apart from that, I love everything else too.
Before I started here, I wrote maybe 5 pages every six months. Maybe a bit more. Now I’m doing this every day, which would have been impossible to imagine just a few years ago.
My word record is not the highest, because I get distracted easily so short passages are just perfect for me and I realized that here.
Writing has become a habit. It is as simple as that. And as astounding.
But enough of my rambling, I just wanted to say how grateful I’m for this site.
I knew that, but today I really realized its importance so it was time to put it into words.

Testimonial Note from Danara Schürmann on Sun, Apr 21
46 cups

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
26 cups

I’ve been writing every day for 2.5 years or 872 days. I’ve learned much about myself and this writing has helped me to dump out the crap in my head so I could write cleanly for my business. It really helped to empty me in the mornings. I meditate for 20 minutes then I write 750 words which takes 15 minutes and all of the gratitude I’m feeling would pour out on to the page. I’ve written over 678,000 words since I started and I just published my first book in December of 2018. I don’t think I could have done that if I hadn’t had the discipline of writing everyday and pouring my heart out on these pages. Lately I’ve been writing my words, then going back to review this same day last year and then the previous year to see what I was doing and what has changed. My life is different in SO many ways and yet the 2 things that I struggle with, still are in my face. I’m still dealing with losing 10 pounds (WTH?) and trying to get out from under debt. So, because of this awareness, I’ve taken steps, drastic steps, to eliminate the debt and when it comes to the 10 pounds, I’ve decided to simply stop thinking I need to lose it. I reached out for help with the debt and I’m reprogramming my beliefs about my body. I feel really good. It’s amazing what you can learn by going back and reviewing your entries from the prior year(s). Thanks to 750 words for helping me raise my level of consciousness by providing this space for writing. We are all miracles unfolding. Keep going you guys! Peace and blessings, Maureen

Testimonial Note from Maureen Ross Gemme on Fri, Mar 08