Why Not Write About Love Every Day?

Why Not Write About Love Today and Every Day?“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” -Dr. Seuss

So here it is, Valentine’s Day – a day that’s known for love and romance between sweethearts.

However, I think we should write about and celebrate love every day – not just toward our sweethearts, but to our friends and family. And I might add, to you – my loyal subscribers.

Granted, I don’t know you well enough to write lovey-dovey blog posts to you, but I do know this . . .

I appreciate you. When I started my business, I started from scratch – no clients lined up waiting for me to open shop. Now, 24 years later, I’m still here.

I wouldn’t be here without a loyal following of clients and subscribers like you.

So, this quick note is my way of letting you know that I am honored to have you in my life . . . thrilled that you’ve turned to me for helpful writing and marketing tips . . . grateful that you keep returning to my blog for more.

Who can you write to today – and every day – to express your love?

It may be as simple as writing to yourself in a gratitude journal . . . blogging about it . . . taking time each day to write one “thank you” note to someone who extended a kindness to you (preferably by hand and send it via “snail mail”).

Love, as defined by Webster’s II New Riverside Dictionary, means “intense affection” or “enthusiasm and fondness.”

While I may not be able to claim intense affection for you, I wish to express an abundance of enthusiasm and fondness for having you as a member of my online community & the role you play in my ongoing success.

To share the love and show my appreciation, please accept a free report from me – a report that will help you continue to grow, prosper and reach out to clients you adore. Entitled 6 Key Places to Find Your Best Clients, it’s short and sweet. Just e-mail me at debra[at]writedirection[dot]com and I’ll forward a copy your way – no opt-in necessary.

“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” -Lao Tzu

So, who are you going to write to today to express your love? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below. I’d love to hear from you.

Happy Valentine’s Day! Here’s to writing about love today and EVERY day?

Debra Jason

Marketing & writing with heart, not hype at at The Write Direction
A recipient of the “Creative Person of the Year” award, Debra educates and empowers creative solopreneurs and enthusiastic business ownersto create a lifestyle business that provides them with the flexibility, fun and freedom to do what they love. She also inspires you to communicate your marketing message in a way that captivates and converts your prospects into loyal customers - even if you have been struggling with how to transform your ideas into words in the past.

Comments

  1. Good question, Debra! Song writers and lyricists are writing about love so often it’s funny that we less-musical types don’t follow suit. After all, we celebrate our loving feelings so often with holiday and birthday remembrances, good deeds and gifts, why not put it in writing? I think a great place to start is with self-love and a gratitude journal. Thanks for the idea!
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    • You’re welcome @Andrea. Nurturing ourselves IS a great place to start.
      I write “Morning Pages” each day (thanks to the inspiration of Julia Cameron). However, if I don’t write about gratitude daily, I will at least think about what I’m grateful for either before I go to sleep at night or when I wake up in the morning. And, I do write “thank you” notes to people and actually put them in the MAIL (what a concept! LOL). Thanks. ~Debra

  2. We often forget the little things that count in painting the fabric of our lives. I am currently conducting a Divination and Intuition Workshop which is an advanced form of a previous workshop. In the latter, I had requested the participants to either keep a Gratitude Journal or at least acknowledge 3 things that went right for them during the day. Two of the participants in the current workshop who also attended the first one reported back to me that simply being grateful had enriched their lives and improved the amount of love and understanding in their relationships.

    Happy Valentine’s Day, Debra and thank you for the inspiration.

    • That’s beautiful @Vatsala. You must have felt so good knowing that you inspired a positive change in the lives of your workshop participants. Way to go!
      Thanks for sharing that! ~Debra

  3. What a great post! Thank you for sharing the love. I shared on Facebook.
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  4. What a beautiful post and congratulations on having a successful business. I wrote to my kids and to my honey today!
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  5. I think we do write every day with love… the words we share in our blog and newsletter come our heart. We love what we do and those we serve each time we reach out.
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    • Nicely said @Peggy Lee. Writing about love and coming from love in your writing are both beautiful things. I can tell, when reading the content in your your blogs & newsletters, that your messages originate from deep within your heart space. Thanks. ~Debra

  6. I’m wearing my heart on my sleeve, keeping
    it open & Rockn’ it out…..
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