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Pacifiers or Catalysts: Your Choice

What if you’re tired of your non-writing rut, but you can’t seem to crawl out of it either?¬† I’ve noticed one amazing thing about myself and other writers who claim to want to write more than anything else. Something odd … Continue reading

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A Walking Idea Factory

Some days I feel about as creative as a cement block. Most of us know, however, that we can’t wait to feel creative before we write. Writers who wait for inspiration before they decide to write are generally known as … Continue reading

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Creative Writers and Depression

I was reading an article in Writing World‘s monthly newsletter¬†(see archives here) where an editor revealed her struggles with depression. Her symptoms might surprise you. They also might sound familiar. Could This Be You? Dawn wrote: “It came as a … Continue reading

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Principles of a Creative Life

“The healthy creative life is an intentional life, in which the person examines options and opportunities, necessities and desires, and makes his or her choices accordingly.” ¬†~~(Vinita Hampton Wright) in The Soul Tells a Story You may know exactly what … Continue reading

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Renewing Your Writer’s Mind

Over the past few years, I’ve been reading about the amazing plasticity of the brain. Scientists have proven that many things we were taught in the past simply aren’t true. Our brains aren’t “set” in childhood by trauma with no … Continue reading

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