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Dismount to Find Writing Time

Several years ago, when I took on a two-year writing project, I knew that something had to give. I already was spending my life constantly trying to squeeze out five more spare minutes. To make the deadline, something (or several somethings) … Continue reading

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Writing During the Holidays

Writing is a challenge in the best of times. During the holidays, the challenge is monumental. Monumental–not impossible! About forty of us are writing through December doing a Holiday Challenge. Even so, we can use all the help we can … Continue reading

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Writer Imaging (Part 2)

First read Writer Imaging: Your Vision of Success. According to our most reliable sources—happy writers—the “good writing life” is actually dependent on the following conditions: 1. Staying active, writing every day, even if it’s only a journal entry or your … Continue reading

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Ready…Set…Balance!

I hear it from writers almost on a daily basis. “I can’t find time or energy to write!” Or “If I take time to write, everything else falls apart!” The idea of living balanced lives is popping up everywhere. It’s … Continue reading

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Self-Care Secrets to Creating More Time

Do you feel as if you’re forever running to catch up and keep up? Is finding any time at all to write a challenge for you? Over my thirty years of writing, that has been an ongoing challenge. Often the problem was … Continue reading

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