About Writelight

Writelight is a tool that helps to use freewriting and other writing exercises for personal development or for boosting results in work and life.

This is a tool to make a person an own guru.

Maybe you know how Tony Robbins says, that quality questions create a quality life.

Writelight has quality questions, that will make you think better and act better.


It’s not just about the questions though, it’s also the way the app works that powers up your writing habit.

If you don’t have a regular writing habit for self, Writelight is the perfect tool to start one.


And if you already write regularly, Writelight will bring something new to your routines.

Try sticking to journaling with Writelight for the next 21 days, and you’ll see how it benefits you personally & professionally.

How to use Writeligt

Writeligt is easy to use.

Open the website or the app, choose the time, choose one of five topics (Career, Happiness, Life path, Self-help, Creative thinking), and start writing. Once the time is up, there’ll be a quote related to the topic. You can use the quote as a second prompt and keep writing for a minute or two.

Writelight can be used as a web-service on writelight.guru, there’s also an app available both on Google Play and App Store.

We have problems with the app on some Android devices, this shouldn’t stop you.

If the app doesn’t work, go to the website, it’s working fine on smartphones. On the website we also have more backgrounds, so it’s a bit more fun. New prompts and new quotes also appear on the website first.


Writeligt fits pen and paper journaling perfectly, but some use the prompts with other journaling apps or while typing in Evernote or a MS Word document.

Some people tell us, that they use Writelight simply to reflect. It’s fine, but this is not what we had in mind creating Writelight, and writing will amplify any results compared to just thinking.

What is freewriting

We prefer freewriting to journaling and other writing exercises.

Freewriting is a liberating, freestyle form of writing that acts as a problem-solving tool, which helps people think through their problems. Freewriting pushes the brain to think longer, deeper, and more unconventionally than that it normally would.

October 22. Sunday. 9am. ✒📒🌲🍂 I’ve been setting my timer on my phone and doing 10 & 20 min free writes in the morning. Where I try not to lift my pen. 🍂 It’s always intriguing to me how we can shift in ritual. What worked a month ago doesn’t serve me now. And what works for me now (free writes) didn’t inspire me at all then. #doingmybesttogowiththeflow😅 #phew 🍂 Maybe my words are for you too. I was surprised at what surfaced: I am not responsible for another’s pain Including my partner’s I cannot take their pain or struggle It is theirs to experience and learn from As my pain is my own responsibility and no one else’s · Our struggle is our teacher If we talk about it And allow ourselves to be seen Great discomfort in growing pains We can resist acting on our own behalf · The new frighteningly unfamiliar Yet can trigger emotions we know Like the back of our hand Frustration Grief Anger Rage Sadness Doubt Exhaustion Depression · Trying to lock in on the familiar through feelings Can be positive And can backfire if we are trying to stay safe and shutdown We can also be hardest on ourselves this way Accusing ourselves of regressing Feeling sorry for ourselves Thinking we are alone We are the only one · We all do this it seems Resistance fine tuned as 2-leggeds We forget how far we’ve come And that it was darker in the past Each of us more alone back then When we knew ourselves less · Now we are seasoned in experience And need one another’s honest mirror To keep going To stay open to inner knowing To love To connect through being seen Now more than ever · We are not responsible for the other’s pain or struggle It is not our job to fix what is not even broken (we can feel broken, yes) Yet we are being asked to step up To believe in this earth school process To believe in the other’s capacity To experience To learn To decipher Their individual way As we practice believing in our own way 🍂 Thank you so much for reading, for being {here} with me. ✒📒🌲🍂 #wordsformeasmuchasyou #writeandsharetoheal #freewrite #freewriting #looseningtheblocks #stayinghonestwithmyself #journaling #journal #iamwriting #writersofinstagram #underthecedartree #outmyfrontwindow

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To practice freewriting, you just need to set your timer, and write continuously whatever comes to mind. Do not pay attention to grammar or typos, do not stop to reflect on what you are writing, just continue writing until the designated time has run out.

What are some other writing exercises

We created Writelight specially for freewriting, but it can be used with many other writing exercises.

Writelight is perfect for journaling, if you practice any form of journaling (journal writing, writing in a diary, bullet journaling, even doodling, bible journaling or art journaling), you can keep doing it as usual, just add 5-7 minutes for writing with the prompts from Writelight.


If you are doing morning pages, start with a prompt form Writelight. You can keep writing for three pages, and use the quote (when the time runs out there is a quote) as a second prompt to give your ideas a new direction.

Writelight is also useful for expressive writing.

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Want to know more?

Writing is a fantastic tool for problem solving, generating creative ideas or clearing your mind. Writelight makes daily writing both easy and productive.

If you are new to freewriting and other writing exercises take some time and read one or two of the articles we have assembled.

This column will change your life (Oliver Burkeman tells about the power of morning pages on the Guardian)

How to Freewrite (simple guide)

Freewriting for Problem Solving (some useful tips for freewriting)

Accidental Genius by Mark Levy (very cool book about freewriting, just take a look at customer reviews on the Amazon)

Expressive Writing: Words that Heal by James Pennebaker and John Evans (how to use writing when dealing with trauma)

Our team wants to thank Armen Petrosjan, Julia Cameron and Mark Levy,- for showing us the power of free writing.

Join us!

If you like the app, please, help us spread the word about Writelight.

We want to keep Writelight free forever, and the voluntary subscription adds nothing to the app. It’s just a way to say “many thanks” to the developers.

The voluntary subscriptions are very much appreciated, we feel humbled and grateful every time we see a new subscriber.

The launch of our application has become a new stage of our own journey in the world of writing exercise – a journey side-by-side with you. That’s why we wish to share our knowledge and insights about the power of a written word and its ability to influence the quality of life, with you. We send letters once or twice a month.

Writelight - the best journaling prompts app, makes you an own guru
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