It’s the last week of March, bringing a close to this year’s Women’s History Month. Throughout the month, we’ve shared our favorite women writers and monumental women who have had a lasting impact on the literary world. To close out this celebratory month, we’re sharing these fun writing practices to continue supporting, recognizing, and reflecting on all the women in our lives today and always.
The month of March is a big deal for women. March is Women's History Month, so here at Write On, we're celebrating the women writers who have had great impacts on us. I want to share a few of my favorites with you. These women have greatly impacted my life, my writing, and my career, and they are women that you should definitely know.
It's Women's History Month, and we want to spend all of March celebrating our favorite female voices, beginning with two beloved writers: Maya Angelou and JK Rowling!
If you’re new to writing, journaling is a great place to start! Even if you’re not new to writing, guided journaling can be a powerful tool that encourages self-discovery, allows you to express your innermost thoughts and feelings, and practice gratitude, among other things.