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In Your “Write” Mind

Do you think about what you’re thinking about? You should! Controlling Toxic Thoughts I’ve been reading a lot lately about current brain research and the huge impact our thoughts have on our creativity, our health, and how we use our … Continue reading

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A F*R*E*E Course on Creativity

After blogging just once per week for five months, I’ve decided that this frequency isn’t often enough to share what I want to share. I plan to go back to blogging here twice a week. On Tuesdays I will discuss … Continue reading

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Creativity: Inside or Outside the Box?

If trying to be creative feels like slogging through mud lately, you may be trying too hard. If so, I’ve got good news for you! Several articles I’ve read lately disputed the idea that “thinking outside the box” is the … Continue reading

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My Head is My Study

I recently bought The Literary Ladies: Guide to the Writing Life by Nava Atlas. Its subtitle says it is “inspiration and advice from celebrated women authors who paved the way.” One of my favorite quotes is from the author of … Continue reading

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Drains in Disguise

I was wrong–again. For twenty years, I’ve told students and wannabe writers that you have to put the writing first! Do it before other things take over your day. Fight the impulse to clean your kitchen first, or straighten your … Continue reading

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