Four Benefits of Writing Morning Pages


  1. Julie Luek
    Julie Luek December 18, 2013 at 4:59 am .

    I am a journaling addict. I love, love my morning pages. I like the unstructured flow to my words, the fact that the critic must go away, and that this is my uncensored, secret place to express myself.

    I’m also a big Julia Cameron fan and have read both the Right to Write and The Artist’s Way- in fact am in my second tour of that book. Her books just feed my writer’s soul, and it’s important that we fill our well– writing feeds from that place. Natalie Goldberg is also wonderful, and I’d also recommend a book by Brenda Ueland, written in the 30s- this one also make my heart sigh with bliss.

  2. Patricia Stoltey
    Patricia Stoltey December 18, 2013 at 10:25 am .

    I tend to do morning pages when I’m in a lousy mood. I have one notebook from many years back I really should burn. :D

    Mystery author and RMFW member Mike Befeler began his writing career by using morning pages. Handwritten three pages every morning, typing and editing each evening when he got home from work. The process works in a lot of ways.

  3. Tyrean Martinson
    Tyrean Martinson December 18, 2013 at 12:08 pm .

    Wonderful wisdom about morning pages. I need them for all four reasons. Thank you for sharing!

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