31 Stories of Significance

31 stories of significance

Once upon a time there was a little girl who dreamed of becoming a writer. She daydreamed of people reading her words and knowing her name. And then she got scared because people would read her words and know her name. So she closed up her journal and stopped writing.

That little girl was me about 20 years ago. Since then I’ve mostly overcome my fear of sharing my writing. My readers have seen me share quite a bit of my life over the past 3 years of blogging, but some of you are new to this space and most of you don’t know my story.

Through walking life with many people over the past few years, I’ve learned that sharing your story with others can have a significant impact on yourself and the people you share it with. It breaks down barriers and it reveals the answer to “why do you respond like that all the time?”

For the next 31 days I’ll be sharing my personal stories of significance. Some stories were just every day experiences, while others were huge milestones. Some will make me laugh. And some will make me cry. Many of these moments I’ll share with you have had an impact on how I view life and why I am where I am today…even the one about the bird on the landing in my childhood home!

I’m looking forward to sitting down with a cup of coffee in hand each day and sharing a little bit of my story with you.

I’m joining The Nester and countless others who are challenging themselves to writing for 31 days about the same topic. 

Day One: My First Memory

Day Two: Door County

Day Three: The Day We Said Yes

Day Fourteen: My 31 Day “Fail”

Comments

  1. can’t wait to hear your cascade stories 🙂

  2. I love stories! Looking forward to hearing them:)

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