When I set out this year, I brainstormed a list of “states of being” I wanted to prioritize in my life. And, because it made good sense, I used that list to create the Erotic Journal Challenge themes for 2020.

January’s theme was mindful, which is actually my main word for the year. February’s theme was sensual. And March’s theme is curious.

One of the first things that come to mind when I hear the word “curious” is Alice in Wonderland, because it shows both the positives and negatives of being curious.

What are you curious about in regards to sexuality or eroticism? Have you ever gone too far down the rabbit hole, chasing your sexual curiosity? Has your sexual curiosity led you to new discoveries? Are there things you are curious about but afraid to try? Do you view curiosity as a favorable or negative quality?


Take it in ANY direction that feels comfortable to you. I simply provide a few questions as a way to get you thinking IF you need the boost. There is NO OBLIGATION to use ANY of them! Use one, none, or all! 


If you have any other ideas related to the theme, please share them in the comments so others might be inspired.

Remember, you can link-up as many times as you want during the month! Feel free to double up on memes, too.

And remember to link-back to this post and use the badge! Read others’ posts, comment, share what you love on Twitter! This is all about introspection, sharing what we learn, and supporting one another as writers and people.

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Link-up will be open from March 1st to March 31st. 

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