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Notes of inspiration from members

50 cups

750 words has inspired me to think and write a different kind of journal and I have appreciated the way the badges have improved my persistence. So thanks for restoring a streak broken by technical internet problems and thanks for a way to think through issues and problems and construct sermons. Here is a 50 cup salute!!

Testimonial Note from Margaret W. Franke on Tue, Jan 10
20 cups

750 Words is an awesome resource. I have used it to compose chapters for my books, to brainstorm, and to practice positive self talk. I love to do word purges in the stream-of-consciousness style, see what comes up from my mind onto the page and then address that in writing to reframe and orient myself towards my best life and the experiences or ideals I want to embody. This site is streamlined and effective, and through these simple daily pages I have grown, created, and learned a lot about myself. Thank you!

Testimonial Note from Jack Dolinar on Thu, Jan 05
57 cups

Burning all my cups here before I end my membership, to say how great this site been for me and how it might work for anyone else out there having a hard time getting started.

It took me many, many false starts to get in the habit of actually writing literally every day. Sometimes I’d try it for just a day or two, then take a break. Sometimes I’d pledge for the month then only keep it up for a week, or get tantalizingly close to the end only for something to mess it up. But I kept at it, and kept having another try on the challenge next month.

Finally, one month I did it. Then I kept it up for the next month. And the next month. Then for a full year.

When I finally slipped up again, I decided improving my bad sleep habits (that got me to sleep through a deadline) were a lot higher priority than making sure I got words in before midnight no matter what. So I won’t be pursuing the goal here of writing each day anymore. But while I work on that, I can look back on that badge and that solid year of writing now to remind myself that it is possible to build new habits, even if you keep falling off the wagon at first.

Thanks for providing such a simple streamlined site that made this happen for me!

Testimonial Note from MaryJo Wood on Tue, Jan 03