100-Day Creator Challenge #3: Flow
What thing can you do and forget time?
Small note: I saw a few of you (challenge takers) were so on fire you also posted on the weekends! Go ahead, of course, but for the challenge, it’s not necessary. It’s 100 weekdays, meaning it’s Monday through Friday. 😘
What thing can you do and forget time?
Today’s prompt invites you to think about what brings you into flow. What is it? you can let me know!
Day 3 | João Mateus | 12/03/2022
Individual elements vs Overall Structure
Day 4 | João Mateus | 12/04/2022
An ode to music.
There Is Life After Death. But It Isn't Yours. | Made in Cosmos | 12/05/2022
I come from a large family. I’m the oldest of 5 children and have 18 first cousins - split equally between my mom’s and my dad’s side. When I was a kid, family gatherings were WILD. We used to meet more often when we were young, but since we grew up I’m only seeing most of my cousins on weddings and funerals. The last wedding was my own, 3.5 years ago. The last funeral is, unfortunately, today.
first snow | Yuelian Hong | 12/05/2022
It’s snowing here! I don’t tend to check the weather forecast so I was pleasantly blindsided by it. Thanks for reading yuelian's rough drafts! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. Something feels so fresh and awe-inspiring about the first snow of the season, especially when the precipitation sticks as it is doing here today. It started out as a light but bone-chilling rain around 7 o’clock, when it was still dark outside, and then crescendoed into fat, feathery snowflakes as the sky tiptoed towards daylight. Now there’s a blanket of fragile new-ness outside my window which makes me want to put on earmuff headphones, curl inside myself and explore everything which appears in the cave behind my eyelids! Even though winter brings plenty of unpleasantries like cold and wetness and depression, somehow the first snow of the year redeems it all.
"Don't Start an Intentional Community" | Alex Wagner | 12/05/2022
On what I've learned in the past week
Day 5 | João Mateus | 12/05/2022
Be a "gym bro" outside the gym.
Where’s our modern-day fire? | Jibran el Bazi | 12/05/2022
Have we buried it? | 100 Days of Wonder #3
The erotic is sacred. | Rachel Clifton | 12/05/2022
Let's put the erotic in its rightful place & see what happens next.
grief | Afshan | 12/06/2022
I can't draw a curved line in Figma | Julie Mosow | 12/06/2022
But I WILL draw that f***ing line
Enjoying the Process | Andrew Rose | 12/06/2022
I want to be able to enjoy writing, especially when I'm in a bad mood
100 Days of Consciousness | Christina Fedor | 12/06/2022
A 100 Day Emergence Challenge
Day 3- You are a f**king beautiful multi-dimensional being | Vishal | 12/03/2022
Skills come secondary to your inner compass and being. They are a byproduct of who you are and what are you genuinely curious about.
SEO for Creators- Is it worth paying attention to? | Vishal | 12/04/2022
Is it possible to incorporate an SEO strategy with your creative exploration of new ideas while writing?
Interstitial journaling for the win. | Odd Maile | 12/03/2022
I started Interstitial Journaling last week. I first read about it in Tony Stubblebine’s article on Medium. It’s reasonably easy to do: ”During your day, journal every time you transition from one work project to another. Write a few sentences in your journal about what you just did, and then a few more sentences about […]
Boxers | | 12/03/2022
day 3 - on forgiving | Irene JK | 12/03/2022
a short poem
day 4, notes from the airport | Irene JK | 12/05/2022
amid the busy travellers, and the chirping birds, the monk reappears —
Spotify Unwrapped (Mundane Monday) | Laila Faisal | 12/05/2022
The Beginning of Infinity | Christina Fedor | 12/05/2022
The Two Types of People | Chris Wong | 12/05/2022
There are two types of people. People who obsess over packing a dishwasher, and those who could care less.
For me, filling a dishwasher is like a puzzle. How do you fit all the stuff in, yet leave enough space to get everything clean?
There's no right
Day 3: Get out of your child’s way | Jenny Rose | 12/06/2022
I think one of the key things I learned about raising and teaching a child is that I, as an adult, get in the way more than I do help. I see it at home with my own child, and I see it with the kids I work with as a classroom assistant. The best […]
Extensive vs. intensive expression | gome | 12/06/2022
What you can choose vs. what the music wants
The Paradox of Buddhist Beliefs | Christin Chong | 12/06/2022
Thanks for reading, and keep it up!