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Morning Pages: A Philosophy

What are morning pages, and are they useful?

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Morning pages are the practice of waking up in the morning, and before you do anything else, you are supposed to write for three pages. Whatever comes to your head, you write it down for three consecutive pages. The idea is to completely clear your head so you can start the day with a clean slate. This technique originated from the book The




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Courtenay S. Gray

Courtenay S. Gray

Courtenay S. Gray is a writer from the North of England. You’ll find her work in an array of journals such as A Thin Slice of Anxiety, Hobart Pulp, and more.

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