27 Jan 18

Love writing haiku
never knowing what I’ll get
until I begin


4 Reasons to Write

Writing – what’s the point of it exactly?

Well… it depends.

One morning while I was journaling, a question came to mind: ‘Why do I write?’ After some thought, and even more writing, I started to find some answers. Here are 4 Reasons to Write:

Reason #1 – To express yourself

Writing is an excellent medium for expressing yourself and is a great way to connect more with yourself and others. It can be used to question, explain, debate, persuade or relate to the people and world around you. Sometimes what you write becomes another representation of who you are, your values and your personality. A picture may tell a thousand words but sometimes 140 characters hold more meaning.


Reading Challenge

Skim, scan, survey, speed read.

Read at leisure. Read for pleasure.

Read books and magazines.

Read romance, horror, thriller, fantasy,

sci-fi, comics, classics, music, art and poetry.

Read the news and the olds.

Read data, dates, diagrams and facts.

Read electronic, hard and paperbacks.

Read recipes. Read theories. Read stories.

Read titles. Read blurbs. Read scripts.

Read the small print.

Read the instructions. Read the signs.

Read the room.

Read faces and body language.

Read wisdom, truth, healing and knowledge.

Learn to read – better and between the lines.

Writer’s Block


Writer’s Block and

Mental Traffic Bottleneck ahead

following derailing

of an overground


caused by power failures at

Creative Construction Works

due to overheating of the

Central Thought-Generator

This has caused

precious Mind-Cargo

also known as Ideas

to be trapped between

a Rock and a Blank Space

thus inaccessible for retrieval

at the present time

Apologies in advance for any disruptions caused

Please follow diversions via

Memory Lane