NATIONAL WRITE YOUR STORY DAY
Everyone has a story and on March 14th, National Write Your Story Day challenges you to tell your story in written form.
You may think to yourself, “There’s nothing in my life to tell.” It will surprise you once you put pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard and the words start filling the pages. Words have a way of triggering memories. They form a moment in time, and before you know it, there’s a story flowing from your fingertips. Even if you never share your tale, it can be an essence of who you are and where you’ve been.
Trips down memory lane or recreating the moment when a spark of inspiration occurred, are more intriguing than you know. Today, they fill blogs, inspire novels and entire television series. More importantly, they are treasures to family and loved ones.
The observance encourages us to start telling our personal stories today. There’s a story worth recounting in there somewhere!
HOW TO OBSERVE #WriteYourStoryDay
- Commit to writing your story.
- Grab pen and paper or your favorite electronic device and begin typing away.
- Share your story with others.
- Encourage others to share write their story.
- We all have a story to tell. Use #WriteYourStoryDay to share on social media.
NATIONAL WRITE YOUR STORY DAY HISTORY
Mitzy founded National Write Your Story Day in September of 2017. Mitzy is an Author, Artist, Guide, and founder of Mitzy TV, which pushes to inspire authors and artists to become better individuals. This business also works to provide direction and encouragement to others so that they can push their work out into the world where it can best serve others.
The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed annually beginning March 14, 2018.
Write Your Story FAQ
Q. What’s the difference between an autobiography and a memoir?
A. An autobiography encompasses an entire lifetime while a memoir typically tells the story of a specific event or subject from any point in the person’s life. Additionally, autobiographies are typically about a notable person.
Q. Can anyone celebrate this day?
A. Yes. Everyone has a story to tell, so it’s a perfect time to start writing yours.
Q. What other writing days are on the calendar?
A. Yes, there are! Check these out: