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Mental Boundaries: Who’s in Charge? (Part 1)

Your writing life is the sum of all the writing-related choices you make. Choosing means to make a decision each time you come to a particular crossroads. Most decisions are not deliberate. Instead we unconsciously follow our habits, choosing what … Continue reading

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Boundaries and Energy Management

If you don’t manage your energy, it won’t matter how well you manage your time. That point was brought home to me again this weekend when I was re-reading a great book called The Power of Full Engagement by Jim … Continue reading

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Boundaries for Writers E-book Available

            If you have identified some boundary issues in your life after reading the past five posts (links below), I’d like to encourage you to go further in my 70-page Boundaries for Writers e-book. The blog series could … Continue reading

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Degrees of Boundary Busters

Are all boundary invaders created equal? Absolutely not! We’ve been talking a lot this month about healthy boundaries, unhealthy boundaries, and boundary recovery. Why is there a need for recovery? Because at some point–or several points–your boundaries were invaded. Degrees … Continue reading

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Setting Boundaries on Yourself

As I write this, I am sitting in my car in a parking lot, waiting for my library branch to open. (And no, that isn’t my library. I wish!) Why am I not sitting in my cozy home office, complete … Continue reading

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