If you want to move your writing forward, you need to make room for it in your life. As the lovely Danielle LaPorte states in her awesome video “Credo For Making It Happen; “What are you giving up, as you cannot have it all”. So, let me ask you. What ARE...
Writing can be scary. We pour our heart and soul into a piece, so it’s only natural we want to protect it for as long as possible and delay putting it out into the world for all to see. However, there are some habits we use to keep us feeling productive – but also...
We all tell stories, regardless of why type of job or career we choose to have. Stories are what make the world go round. As a writer, I know the importance of a good story – they can be educational or relaxing, entertaining or warning. Stories about our past...
The world around us can be so clear-cut. For the majority of people, it’s a place that consists simply of one or the other, right or wrong. We’re bought up to believe there’s a right or wrong way to do everything and we can either do something or we can’t. There’s...
Why do you want to write? We can all come up with an off-the-cuff response to that question, but our true ‘big why’ behind our need to write, is our answer at a deeper, soul level. It’s about being honest with yourself. The thing about your big why, is there is no...
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