31 Days to Finding Freedom: {Day 29} A very good place to start

‘The discipline of writing something down is the first step toward making it happen.’
~ Lee Iacocca
We are in the final days of this series, and I am thinking about you. I am wondering if at this point you might feel inspired to seek out freedom, but unsure of where to start. You are unique. Your beginning might be her middle or my ending, but we all have to start somewhere. I suggested earlier in the week that you might try freeing yourself from one obligation, just to see how freedom might feel when you slip it on. Might I make another suggestion?
Write it down. 
Your words have power. They are the first step in the act of creation. Let them flow from your head and heart into your hands. Your hands will know what to do with them once they arrive.  
Write down the truth. Write down the mundane and the silly and the unlikely. Write down where you want to be free, and how you think you’ll get there. It doesn’t have to look pretty or anything like perfect, it just has to be authentic. Your journey might start with something as simple as pencil and page.


This post is part of a 31 day series. I promise to return to my regularly irregular and non-cohesive posting in November. For my first 31 day post click here, for more 31 Day topics (and there are a LOT!) click here.

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  • i love this. i think writing has such power – we just have to be courageous enough to let that power flow through us.