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This is the last day of the workshop. Give yourself something -- a thank you card, a cup of tea, an evening in with a favorite show, whatever you like -- for coming this far and doing all this work. Take some time to plan an artist's date or something relaxing and enjoyable for next week.

You can use the comments or your own journal to assess what worked for you and what didn't, what tools you'll carry with you and which ones you'll leave behind. Will you keep doing morning pages, or use that time for something else? What concepts were useful to you, and which ones were a hindrance? The answers are different for everyone.

Finally, share one thing you learned with someone you trust. It doesn't have to be either profound or complimentary -- "Julia Cameron is full of it," "12 weeks is too damn long for me," and "[personal profile] rejectionchallenge is the worst host" are all valid insights. It can be personal or general, it can relate directly to your creative projects or not.

Last morning pages, unless you decide to keep doing them! Did you get them done today?

Date: 2014-08-19 12:17 am (UTC)From: [personal profile] pebblerocker
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I found a lot of the challenges confusing or not especially applicable, and skipped them when I didn't feel interested in doing them as well as when I had weeks too busy to fit challenges in. But I'm enjoying the morning pages and will keep on with them!

Date: 2014-08-19 01:10 am (UTC)From: [personal profile] arguablylost
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I enjoyed the 12 weeks quite a bit, even though there were a lot of tasks that I was unsure about or not impressed by. Thank you for all your wonderful work in taking us through the whole program! I really enjoyed reading your posts, and I don't think I would have enjoyed myself so much if I'd just been working through the book myself. I appreciated your honesty when it came to the parts you yourself doubted, because I felt validated when I also found parts of the program dubious or odd. :)
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