Taking the Writing Challenge to Build Trust

When Ann Evanston asked us to join her in a 30 day writing challenge to loosen up the creative juices and allow free flow, I couldn’t say no. I’d already worked my way through her social media bootcamp and done a self-imposed 30 day video challenge to really get into things.

So this group venture seemed like a fantastic way to utilise our collective energy to encourage each other to take things to the next level.

I’d like to invite you to watch this video I made where I talk about my experience of the second day of writing.


Those of you who know me also know that I am already a prolific writer, but I saw this opportunity to really shift into a higher gear and see where my perceived limitations were.

I am excited to go deeper into the concept of why I am not living my fullest potential. I am curious to discover what limiting beliefs are severing my bonds of trust in the universe to provide amply for me on my journey.

It’s as if some other intelligence takes over when I start to write freely. The challenge is simply to keep up with my thoughts and not censor them in any way or discard them as meaningless or silly.

So I’ve done the maths and realised that if I do this for 30 days, that’s a total of 30,000 words which is really a huge body of work. I sense that this is going to break through limitations of some kind and am welcoming the process.

I’ll keep you posted on how things go.

Have you ever done anything like this? How was it for you? Did you manage to break through some limitations? I’d love to hear.

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10 Responses to Taking the Writing Challenge to Build Trust

  1. Adrienne says:

    I’m doing something similar actually Fiona. Just writing 3 pages of content every single day, whatever is on my mind, any topic whatsoever. Just write and let the words flow without over analyzing anything. I find myself always starting out the same though and that’s with my gratitude list which I speak out loud every day anyway. But it’s been a pretty cool experience. This next week is my last week, but then again, I can continue if I want. It’s really been pretty cool actually.

    Can’t wait to hear what you come up with after the end of your 30 days. Will be anxious to hear.


    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Great to hear that Adrienne. It’s always quite a journey, isn’t it? It’ll be exciting to see what we uncover in this time. Setting intention for breakthroughs for us both. Thanks a lot for sharing.

  2. Good for you for taking on this challenge, Fiona! I look forward to reading & seeing more from you.

    caregiving. family. advocacy.

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Thanks Trish. I am reporting daily in the group linked with this but am intending to regularly share on video and in my blog.

  3. Hi Fiona,

    I love challenges and I love seeing you participating in this one. As you know, I just started with my very first video and I am planning to do many more. You are one of my online friends who inspired me to get it started 🙂

    Again I loved listening to your voice,

    Franziska San Pedro
    The Abstract Impressionist Artress

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Aw, big hugs to you Franziska. So lovely to hear that. And your debut video was outstanding. Good for you. Looking forward to much more! x

  4. Ann Evanston says:

    you are in inspiration Fiona!

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Thanks Ann – I love to inspire but I also love to take the challenge that others like you present to me. x

  5. That would be an amazing thing to complete, 30,000 words. I’d love to hear how you do when the 30 days is up. I’m taking on the challenge as well.

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Hi Wendee, welcome to my page. Lovely to see you here. Yes, so far after 3 days I have complete 3,500 words which is huge….Getting into that habit of doing it every day is key isn’t it? Excited to see what you create too!

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