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writing habit

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Free, if you never miss a goal.



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WritePhobia charges you $1 each time you miss a writing goal.

Build a consistent writing habit with WritePhobia

Consistency is the key to reaching your goals, whether that's writing a novel, blogging, or daily mindfulness journaling.

1.
Set your writing goals.

Try 500 words every weekday, or a thousand words on Saturday.

2.
Write or import to the editor.

Write directly in our app or elsewhere. Track your wordcount and goals live.

3.
Pay a dollar each time you miss.

We charge you $1 each time you miss a goal, then donate that to charity.

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Writing makes you healthier

Benefits of a healthy writing habit

Writing often and consistently has numerous benefits to your emotional and mental health.

Daily journaling decreases stress and increases happiness.

Mindfulness and gratitude journaling before bed helps silence the intrusive thoughts that causes insomnia.



Creative writing processes emotions and builds perspective.

Writing helps you deal with difficult times and gives you a safe space to work through emotional issues.



Writing makes your mind sharper.

Blogging and instructive writing improves your communication skills and ability to grasp concepts quickly.

Find your community
on WritePhobia

Writers need each other for feedback and support. Join WritePhobia and share your work with other members.

Get early readers of your work.

You can publish your content privately to the WritePhobia community.

Publish content to the public web.

Make your post public and we'll post it for the world to see. No blog or website necessary.

Find your peer writing group.

Coming soon: organize into writing groups with similar goals. Help each other with the craft.

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