Social psychologist, James W. Pennebakbr of the University of Texas was perhaps the first to research the effects of personal, expressive writing on the mind and body. Since then, many studies have been conducted that confirm his finding. Personal writing is good for you. It has consistently been proven to have positive psychological, emotional, and physical benefits. 

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For the first year of WRITE., I offered it as a paid subscription. While this enabled me to pay for my email service, it also made it difficult for some people to afford WRITE. and commit to a subscription. On of my life goals is to encourage, motivate, and inspire as many people as I possibly can to engage in personal writing and benefit from it in all the ways that people can. So, as of Monday, July 16, 2018, I am so happy to be able to offer WRITE. to subscribers free of charge. 

A subscription to WRITE. means you'll get daily weekday writing prompts, a weekly digest of all writing prompts on Saturday, and a weekly reflection from me on Sunday. WRITE. subscribers are always the first to know about upcoming online workshops and live workshops. VIP subscribers (previous paid subscription holders) receive some special perks. 

I encourage and welcome you to join my tribe and WRITE.

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