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December writing topic

As an alternative to making New Year's resolutions, consider making a commitment to daily listening. Consider writing regularly with this topic: WHAT'S CALLING ME TODAY? Not what is my purpose, but where body, mind, and spirit are pointing. Write it at the top of the...

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November Reading Lists

As you move into Thanksgiving week, as you gather with friends and family and fill your belly with yummy food, you might also notice the shift in energy that comes with the season. As the days get shorter and you turn inward, you may find yourself wanting to spend...

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Slow Down

The message today is SLOW DOWN. Attune to the change in the light. Attune to the energy of the season. Linger and listen and wait. When you feel ready, pick up an old piece of writing And begin again. Copy it by hand, In pencil, on good paper. Let your mind fill in...

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Rest and Receive

I get so many inquiries from writers who want to write more.  I hear so much anxiety over what they are not doing. And while I understand that fear all too well, I also know that fretting is not conducive to creating anything. Flogging yourself will not bring forward...

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Still procrastinating?

Something I left out in last week's message is the relationship between procrastination and perfectionism. Perfectionism is actually a manifestation of anxiety, extreme discomfort with the unknown. Many writers feel uncertain about the quality of their work. You want...

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Top obstacle to writing

Are you ready to overcome your obstacles to writing? Last week, my lovely virtual assistant created a poll on Facebook and Instagram so we could see how folks resonated with the obstacles I listed a few weeks ago. Based on our not-so-scientific investigation, the #1...

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Support for your writing

I've been sitting with your obstacles, letting them settle within me, and asking for guidance on your behalf. I've been sitting with my own obstacles as well, charting a new way of moving through them. My recent obstacle: I DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TIME. I CAN'T DO IT IN THE...

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Say yes to writing

Does anyone else put the needs of others before your own need to write? When I invited members of this community to send your obstacles to writing last week, a long-time student and friend, sent me this list: Procrastination ALWAYS putting needs of my family (and...

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Reframing Obstacles to Writing

I'm working on a small gift for you, something to help you reframe your writing obstacles. To prepare, I've asked members of the Continuous Practice Community to share what keeps them from writing. Rather than trying fix anything for anybody with the standard answers...

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I’ve got a question

I have a simple question for you. How will you bring your book/essays/poems, whatever you are working on into the world? I'm not talking about your productivity or your schedule or the outline you've been working on since the the beginning of time. I'm talking about...

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