Monday, May 30, 2016

Page Flutter Part Two

Six-Word Story Challenge


Part Two


At the beginning of May, Some of you might remember that I decided to join a 6-word story challenge by Page Flutter to expand my writing skills & infuse my journaling routine with creativity! You can read Part one of the challenge here! One of the best parts about this challenge is that it redirected  my journal a bit, I tend to fuss at times or vent in my journal. I also enjoyed added those doodles in the top and bottom of the page.  I have really enjoyed the thirty day challenge. Moreover, I am ready to start a more positive Bullet Journal like Page flutter gave as an example.  Here is a recap on how to play with the prompts.

How to Play…
The beauty of 6-word stories is they can be scrawled anywhere—your journal, a coffee cup, a napkin, even a Post-it note.

  • Be sure to tag your stories on Instagram with #PFSixWordChallenge so we can all see it.
  • Tag me (@PageFlutter ) so she can give your awesome story a shout-out!

Remember: It’s not about having the “best” 6-word story.
It’s about inspiration, so have fun & take creative risks!

If you need a little help getting started, check out Page Flutter's 6-Word Story board on Pinterest. 


Did you know that 6-word stories have also been featured on Ted talks?

From Elizabeth Mappus, a junior at the Academic Magnet High School in North Charleston, S.C

 Check out this link! The evocative world of the six-word memoir: A Q&A with new TED ebook author Larry Smith 

I think we all know of how a story can be sparked with just six words. Just look at Star Wars. If you need something to motivate you, go ahead and give this challenge a try! I found it lots of fun and just the spark I needed! Go ahead, you try and let me know so I can read your six word stories.


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