The Friends & Members of 750 Words

750 Words exists because of mutual good will between the people that run this site (Buster & Kellianne) and the people who use it (you). The site wouldn't exist without the generosity, patience, and humor of everyone involved. For the first 3+ years that the site was running (Dec 2009 to May 2013), the site was free to use but with some encouragement to donate. That served us well (and most importantly, generated enough income to keep the site up), but as the site grew the need for support also grew.

On June 12th 2013, all existing users of the site were given lifetime free accounts (we hope you'll continue to donate when you can). New accounts created after June 12th, 2013 are now required to become members within 30 days after signing up in order to keep writing. Everyone will always have access to previous writings, stats, etc, even if they choose not to become members.

We're listening to your feedback and want to make sure that first and foremost, we offer a friendly and safe place for people to dump their private thoughts. I expect that we'll continue to adjust the way this all works for the near term. Thanks for being an awesome community!

Who runs this site?

Our names are Buster and Kellianne, we live in Berkeley, California with our two sons (Niko and Louie) and this is something we've built and run in our spare time.

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Our Good Members

Ben Davidow
Janet Werther
John Hatanaka
Vivienne Gautrey
Philip Dodson
Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd
Mervyn Long
Trond Nilsen
Amanda Thompson
River Wilson
Billy Vaisberg
Audrey Gurock
Pam Neely
Sterling White
Alicia F
Nikki P
Jeff Link
Grace Seidel
Leona Superfields
Will Wilkerson
Mehdi Bizzle
Amelia Stevens
Miella Ravenscroft
Sinead Cullen
Lee Sze Wei
Cameron Byrd
Rob Steinberger
Jesús G. Rodríguez
Cathy Peterson
Jason Boesel
Rachel Connors
Daphnie Bercher
George Lam
Chris Warner-Carey
Gwen Jorgensen
Ron Gallop
Barbara Orton
Christina Burge
Rebecca Hyde
Angelique Attia
Terry Drengson
John Raucci
Rachel Walder
H Wells
Nina Raffaela
Rachel Kincaid
Johnathan Larkey
jason owen-smith
Peter Doran
J. M. Wall
Noelle Shema
lynn doiron
Diana Pando
Michael Harwick
Natalie Norton
Sandra Yeske
Eric Roseman
Anne Gilman
Matthew R
Michael Holmes
Samantha M
Marie E Smith
Catherine Nelson
Kenny Kane
Elaine Swift
Chloe Isherwood
Henry Chinner
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Cecilia Brady
Anne Delancy
Mailande Moran
Angela Patt
John Burnie
Mattan Griffel
Gus Grizendi
Michele Roszell
Will Moore
Isaac Mosquera
Ken Hoff
Christine Love
Ginger H
Jennifer Blue

Notes of inspiration from members

1 cup

To everyone out there who is scared to tell your truth, keep writing. The world needs your words.

Testimonial Note from Anne Robertson on Mon, Aug 31
1 cup

I’ve been on this site for 6 years now. Keep up the good work everyone!

Testimonial Note from Dalia on Mon, Aug 31
1 cup
Improve the writing page

Maybe some more customization options, stickers, buttons, anything subtly interactive and engaging.

New Feature Vote from pat ricia on Sun, Aug 30
2 cups
Writing prompts embedded in the page

It could be a button you press for the daily prompt in case you needed inspiration for your 750 words that day. I could be a question such as “What are you grateful for today?” or “What happened at 3pm today?” or “Why are you inspired to write today?” etc

New Feature Request Note from pat ricia on Sun, Aug 30
10 cups

Today I reached my ten-year streak! I could not have believed ten years ago that I would still be writing my 750 words each and every day. It has been an interesting decade, to say the least, love, loss, new beginnings and yet many of the same hopes, dreams, and aspirations. Thank you Buster and Kellianne.

Testimonial Note from Ken McCarthy on Sun, Aug 30
1 cup

It has helped me work through and think through problems differently! I love using this website.

Testimonial Note from Katherine Tolleson on Fri, Aug 28
2 cups
More badges for accomplishments
New Feature Vote from Jacqueline B. on Fri, Aug 28
1 cup
More text analysis
New Feature Vote from Reddy on Wed, Aug 26
10 cups
More badges for accomplishments

Something between 500 and 1000 would be awesome!

New Feature Vote from Charity Jennings on Wed, Aug 26
1 cup
More text analysis
New Feature Vote from Tommy Hart on Wed, Aug 26
10 cups

This last year has been hellish…. with a child in and out of the hospital, divorce, assault, a parents death… just barely keeping myself together. And through it all, every month the note pops up in my email – “You’ve made a contribution to 750words” and its served as a sort of promise to myself that one day I will get to the other side of this hurt, and one day I will be able to return to my writing passion.
Thank you Buster and Kellianne for being here, for making this site and holding the promise for me when I couldn’t hold it for myself.

Testimonial Note from Alison Colwell on Tue, Aug 25
10 cups

I hit 1000 days on Saturday August 22nd, 2020. It hasn’t always been easy or pretty. There have been days where I’ve written through gritted teeth. Days when I’ve dictated my entry on my phone at 11:40. At least two fixed streaks because I don’t know what week I’m on (and I can’t even blame Covid, because they were last year).

Having this place where I can come and spew has been amazing for my mental health. Thank you for creating this special and safe place. I have recommended your website to all my workshop participants for the past year and a half.

I pay for it happily, because it’s game changing.

Keep up the good work.


Testimonial Note from Shadowsinger on Mon, Aug 24
1 cup

I’m new to the site. I’ve been quickly breaking chains, though. This site has been helpful in breaking away from the idea that a complete novel or non-fiction book should flow immediately from my fingertips. This site just gets you writing. Write, no matter what the content. As with exercise, you can then discern patterns, shift things, focus on things that are working. I love that! No one is perfect. This isn’t published. It’s you! Just you and your writing.

Testimonial Note from LaTonya Gibbs on Sun, Aug 23
1 cup
More badges for accomplishments

Would love to see a badge between The Space Bird (500 days) and The Flying Squirrel (1000 days) because that’s too long without a badge and could easily have people fall off. I do love working towards a badge so I’d totally benefit on this.

New Feature Vote from Niki Torres on Sun, Aug 23
5 cups
Streak freeze option for scheduled time off

Currently, scheduled time off gets counted such that it’s as if you wrote 750 words on those days. This is nice, but it makes it a bit too easy to increase your streak just by scheduling time off. It would be great if there could be a streak freeze option for scheduled time off, so that the streak will stay the same (neither increase nor go to 0). This way, we can be more motivated to extend our streaks by actually writing, and the feeling of accomplishment when earning streak badges would feel more genuine, even if we had to take some days off.
Thank you!

New Feature Request Note from Monti Cello on Thu, Aug 20
5 cups
More badges for accomplishments
New Feature Vote from Tayla Gittins on Thu, Aug 20
1 cup

This is the chance to write some thing, and this is the opportunity to learn and write something, If you write everyday you become like master in few months all you need dedication and commitment, I encourage to every one try to write everyday something like your daily plans and future goals, pain, happiness and sad whatever it is just start write

Testimonial Note from svas pola on Tue, Aug 18
1 cup

I had been searching for a better journaling method for years. Handwriting has always been too slow, but typing into my notes app or a word document always lead to distractions and made it difficult for me to revisit past journaling sessions. I tried to build a journaling habit several dozen times over the last couple years, each time trying a different journaling app, but never lasted more than a couple of days. On the 750 words free trial, something about the simplicity of the app and the built-in accountability/tracking features made it very easy for me to pick up the habit. I do not journal every day, but I journal regularly because of 750 words, and it makes me happy. 750 words is now the 3rd software subscription that I pay for (next to Spotify and the 1SE app).

Testimonial Note from Jake Cronin on Sat, Aug 15
1 cup
Being able to adjust text size on tablet view

So when I sign into the site on my tablet to use my keyboard with it, I end up in some sort of “no distractions” view and it is SUPER hard to read because it is microscopically tiny. On my desktop, I can adjust the font size and background color to increase readability. I don’t necessarily want an app, I just want to be able to adjust the font size.

Thanks for reading. Less than ten days from 1000 consecutive entries.


New Feature Request Note from Shadowsinger on Fri, Aug 14
1 cup

What is this? Cup? I don’t know about this rule. I thought it was free for life.

Testimonial Note from hamid on Wed, Aug 12
1 cup

That was a while ago, in 2012, when I first heard about this site. 750 Words was recommended as a helpful tool to students at the creative writing class. I started using 750 words, and I am still using it, when I need to focus on writing or just want to get in touch with my thoughts.
Thank you 750 Words for the creative flow!

Testimonial Note from Laura Feldberga on Wed, Aug 12
1 cup

I was recommended to 750 Words by Leesa Renee Hall. Her special Patreon community has motivated me to write more for myself and explore my curiosities, dreams, as well as my unconscious biases, and 750 Words has really helped me on this journey! I’m looking forward to seeing how I grow (and also to get those badges along the way)!

Testimonial Note from Ryookyung kim on Tue, Aug 11
1 cup

The Netherlands are currently struggling with a heat wave. Which makes it difficult (if not impossible) to sleep. But at least something good came out of this: tonight I got my Night Bat badge.

Testimonial Note from Ingeborg Kooiman on Mon, Aug 10
10 cups

Oh glorious website. You are absolutely a gem in the rough wilderness of the Internet. Please don’t change. (I mean it, you’re great!) Thanks to you I have written nearly a quarter-million words, many that will eventually be crafted into a memoir. I’m super grateful.

Testimonial Note from Obie Fernandez on Mon, Aug 10
6 cups

I want to thank 750 Words on a festive occasion: I just finished my first 100-day streak! I joined in early May after a friend recommended the site and never stopped. I have written over 100,000 words on the site in these first 100 days. You developed the PERFECT tool for me to hold myself accountable and write every day! On many days, I continue to write off site—but 750 Words is my starting point for this every day. Although I cannot fully explain why, being able to see the statistics and the streak length really helps me keep going, as do the monthly challenges and the lovely, silly badges. I am typically a total tightwad, so the fact that I shell out $5/month and have made donating my “reward” after my July streak is a huge testimony to the service you provide. Thank you, 750 Words! – Antje

Testimonial Note from Antje Anderson on Sun, Aug 09
1 cup
More badges for accomplishments


New Feature Vote from Al Wilson on Sat, Aug 08
1 cup
note for next day

i woiuld type as usual and if i think of something. to mention to me the next day

= i would use this to put a small note above my writing space

then i can continue writing as usual. would be amazing for so many reasons!!

New Feature Request Note from Darryl Dexter on Sat, Aug 08
1 cup
More text analysis

The categories are a bit lacking. For one, I think it would be a pretty useful and important category for text analysis to be on body/health.

If slang could be interpreted more accurately (f*ck is not always a sexual word, lol) that would help the accurate interpretation of text as well.

New Feature Vote from Jessica Chai on Fri, Aug 07
1 cup
More text analysis
New Feature Vote from Camille Dent on Thu, Aug 06
1 cup

I thought, I could live without it.
And surly I can. I could. But why?
Having this page open next to my work saves my brain from overloading. This is the best way to dump whatever the monkey messed up and start my work or day in a clear and calm way. Knowing, that all this writing is perfect as it is. That fact it is uneditable calms my mind knowing, that there are still perfectly unperfect places in this world. Love this. Sendig all my love and a hug in the world!

Testimonial Note from Daniela Grego on Thu, Aug 06