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Notes of inspiration from members

20 cups

After 800-odd days of daily writing, my journey with 750 words has come to a close. I would have continued, but to be honest I got tired of pestering Kellianne to repair my broken streaks, since I now write longhand every morning and don’t always get around to writing on the site. But I am so, so, deeply, overwhelmingly grateful for Buster and Kellianne for creating this site. It did exactly what it intended to do: cement within my consciousness a daily writing routine. The last three years have been a rollercoaster ride, and the only habit I did every single day without fail (save for a few broken days) was writing on 750 words. When I felt great, I wrote on the site. When I was in the depths of emotional hell, I wrote on this site. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for giving me a space to express myself and be creative even in the worst of times. This site is a blessing for so many lives, and I am so glad that I was a part of it. Farewell, 750 words. You have forever transformed my life. I am eternally grateful. I love you!

Testimonial Note from Wyn Evans on Thu, Mar 29
18 cups

Over 365 consecutive days, I wrote half a million raw, truth-searing words. 750words.com was with me every step of the way.

What started as a journey to write my first work of fiction turned into a quest to write to heal. I used writing to explore my identity, question my internal programming, and recall all the things that are good about me.

It wasn’t easy. Every morning, even on the weekends, I’d wake at 4:30am, make some tea, then start writing before 5am. But as I got into the rhythm, and as I started collecting those cool badges, I found that my commitment to writing daily was becoming a can’t miss habit.

I’ve grown more bold in writing what is true for me and I’ve since published some of my words. Some have applauded my truth; others recoil. Doesn’t matter to me because I finally feel in control of my narrative and words.

There are 11 lessons I learned writing half a million words over 365 consecutive days:

Lesson #1: Mix spontaneity with the structure
Lesson #2: Honour the in-between stage
Lesson #3: Writing is a form of activism
Lesson #4: Remembrance is a sacred act
Lesson #5: Saying no is a spirit-rich experience
Lesson #6: Words can heal your lineage
Lesson #7: Rest is a revolutionary act
Lesson #8: Question your internal oppression
Lesson #9: There’s gold in the gloom
Lesson #10: Your eat pray love moment can happen in your own home
Lesson #11: Words are holy

Full article at http://bit.ly/2GgHtfU

Thank you Kellianne & Buster for keeping 750words.com simple, and fun to use. The badges along the way kept me incredibly motivated to reach my 365-day goal!

Testimonial Note from Ren Hall on Wed, Mar 21
11 cups

Hi 750 words community! I am writing my way back to my soul right now… I am going through a period of personal crisis and change and sifting out what I need to keep and what I need to let go. Can I ask a favor? If you read this, will you good juju my way? :) I’m learning to follow my intuition through all of this and I need support. This seems like a good place to ask for it. Thank you so much!!!

Testimonial Note from Gina Sigel on Tue, Mar 13