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Writing is your true nature

Sometimes you forget that writing is your true nature. Sometimes you feel so overwhelmed by the how and the how much, you can't see that the path is simple and straightforward. A few days ago, I was driving with my daughter through the gently rolling hills of eastern...

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How to get your writing out of your notebook

If you have no trouble getting your writing practice from your notebook into a computer document, If you sail along typing neat lines and it's all beautiful and painless, Then, you may want to skip to the end. But if you struggle with transcribing or your current...

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How can I support your writing?

I wonder how you are holding up in this new phase of the pandemic. What do you need? What can I send through the ethers of the Internet to support you? These are not rhetorical questions. I'm asking. What do you need to hear? Where do you feel stuck? As I may have...

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Simple daily writing goals

You've probably read many good books about writing and attended at least one transformative workshop. You've learn a lot, written a bunch, fell off the writing wagon, and hopped back on more than once. Despite your efforts, it's still challenging to set reasonable...

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What’s holding your writing back

Over the past few months, I have been engaged in some deep inner work that is changing the way I live and write.This inquiry is opening new possibilities for the way you and I might work together as well, whether that be through an...

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Books, Podcasts — The Pleasures of Late Summer

I want to share a few podcast episodes and some late-summer reads I've found inspiring. I hope they inspire you and help you prepare your mind for the next season. The Good Life Podcast Interview with Elaine Aron, Author of Highly Sensitive People I confess that I've...

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Blocked or stuck?

Years ago, based on my own experience and my work with students and clients, I realized that when you think you have writer's block, you are almost always in the wrong part of the process. Not that you are doing anything wrong. So-called writer's block almost always...

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The Freedom of the Page

Do you ever feel the need to disappear? To drop away from public life, from professional obligations, and social interactions. Even now, or maybe especially now after the long days of isolation. Maybe you're tired of trying so hard to lose those pandemic pounds. to...

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Return to Writing

As we head into high summer, and you find yourself going out more and traveling perhaps, it helps to have a place to land.Why not join our community as we hit the reset button on Continuous Practice? In the same way you return to the breath and to the present moment...

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Reading as Deep Practice

Writers come to literature first for love and later to learn more about writing.Reading to learn doesn't have to be academic, however.Reading to learn can be its own spiritual practice.   What makes reading as a writer sacred is your intimacy with...

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READY TO COMMIT TO
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