Monday, January 12th, 2015

Tuesday Talk Back: What are you writing?

Stephanie

Rhodia Unlimited

Pencil or pen in your hand, we know there are words making their way onto the page in one form or another, every day in every way.

What are you writing?

In your Webbie: Do you keep a diary noting daily events? A journal filled with personal reflections? A notebook filled with favorite quotes? A sketch diary? A dream journal next to the bed to document your nocturnal travels?

Is your No. 8 almost empty from jotting down shopping lists for trips to the local farmers market? Lists of wines to buy again stuck behind a magnet on the refrigerator? Notes to UPS to leave the package with a neighbor?

Do you use the Unlimited notebook you keep in the glove box to keep track of the business mileage on your car? To record rare bird sightings at the local conservatory? Write down books read, books to read?

Are you taking full advantage of the 16×12″ No. 38 by sketching out your dream house? New garden? Mind mapping a new business idea to start a pay-what-you-can-afford restaurant?

Maybe you use a No. 18 yellow legal pad to take notes at meetings? Brainstorm new project ideas over a brown bag lunch? Or maybe you are reworking your resume or drafting a cover letter for that job you really want?

Using the No. 16 to write a bio for that online dating service? A new poem for tomorrow night’s spoken word event? For sketching the old woman sleeping on the subway? Crafting a new menu for the week?

All this and more… What are you writing?


2 thoughts on “Tuesday Talk Back: What are you writing?

  1. I am a bible thumper. It is said that Christians communicate with God in the following manner:

    God talks to us through His word, found in the bible. We talk to Him through our prayers.

    Therefore, each day as I read my bible, I record those verses that are especially meaningful to me in a journal.

    I also write my prayers in a journal reserved for that purpose. Writing my prayers helps me to concentrate and my mind doesn’t wander as much. At my death, my Journals will tell my family what was important to me.

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