What if we could set ourselves goals, as writers, which resonate with our creativity, our sense of individuality and even our idiosyncrasies? What if—and here’s a wild idea—we made it fun?
Making resolutions and setting goals in the New Year has become a trite tradition. We’re all high of cheap champagne and big ideas. By February, the fizz is gone and we’re scrambling to pay bills. Still, it is important for us to have something to strive for—a novel, screenplay, short story, poem. We need an uninhabited place to fill with our hope imagination.
Here are some unusual and fun ideas we could try in 2014 to help us set tangible and reachable goals.