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Why Being A Writer Matters Now More Than Ever

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 in All The Things, Inspiration, Memoir, Resistance, Writers Block | Comments Off on Why Being A Writer Matters Now More Than Ever

Why Being A Writer Matters Now More Than Ever

In a world of 7 billion people and counting, with hundreds of millions of books, blogs, web pages, essays, articles and poems you might wonder if you even matter in a world saturated with so many options. The conclusion is that even with more and more people writing the answer is still yes. You matter because you are here. When we consider that we will never know the answer to the mystery of our human existence the best we can do it is to celebrate, help each other, and make a difference. We make a difference by serving as an example to others and to live into the privilege of what it means...

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Use Your Muscle Memory to Push Your Motivation.

Posted by on Oct 6, 2017 in Memoir, Resistance, Writers Block | Comments Off on Use Your Muscle Memory to Push Your Motivation.

Use Your Muscle Memory to Push Your Motivation.

  Everything is a mindset, which means you have the ability to shift your mindset and start living into the life you want at any given second, no joke. For writers this means start writing, or write more (or insert your favorite creative project.) If you’re slacking on your writing now is the time to re-up. What I mean by mindset is that regardless of the situation you are in, or how your situation is presenting itself, you have the control to view this in a new light and to prevail. The main concern of most writers is this: “I don’t have time,” or “I don’t know how to make the time.”...

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3 Ways to Get Out of A Rut and Write

Posted by on Jul 12, 2017 in Resistance, Writers Block | Comments Off on 3 Ways to Get Out of A Rut and Write

3 Ways to Get Out of A Rut and Write

Being stalled as a writer happens to the best of us, from best selling authors, to poets, to journaling, to first time bloggers. The day seems to always come when a writer sits down to write and suddenly nothing happens, nada, just panic and silence. For some people this kind of stuckness gets masked by active procrastination. For instance the previous sentence was written at 7am. It is now eleven-thirty. I have spent the past four hours sorting my laundry, looking up travel locations in Italy, and creating a new smoothie recipe, which then led to me to cleaning and organizing my fridge. Or...

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