Friday, December 4, 2015

Reverb15 Day 4: replenishment (a special guest post from Kathleen Jowitt)



Today's prompt and image come from Kathleen Jowitt, a lovely lass I met through Reverb last year. Kathleen is a kindred spirit in all things books, writing and brave living and I can't wait until her novel Speak Its Name is published.

Kathleen writes:

As the year ends, and we look back at the joys, achievements and disappointments of the past twelve months, it's worth taking some time to recognise what our efforts have demanded of us and where our resources have been depleted.

Whether you have spent 2015 bringing some long-cherished project to fruition or simply trying to keep your head above water, it's likely that this has come at some cost to you.

How can you replenish your (physical, mental, spiritual and/or emotional) resources? What do you need most of all at this moment?

Thank you, Kathleen!

You are warmly invited to share your response in the linky below. Be sure to check out the other amazing responses while you're there! (Trust me, this is how the magic happens.)


This prompt is part of the Reverb15 reflective writing challenge. You are welcome to dive in at any time! If you’re catching up, you can check out all prompts so far in the Reverb archive.

Sign up to receive prompts via email and share your responses in the daily linky by 9pm AEST on Sunday 6 December to be in the running to win one of two copies of Austin Kleon’s The Steal Like An Artist Journal. YAY!


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