Showering yourself with kindness when you write is essential.
When you hit the wall of deciding what you’re writing is no good, don’t just up and stop writing altogether.
If you’re aware of writing critics residing in your head, this post will help you clear the airwaves.
If you don’t have a writing companion, you might think about finding one.
Have you discovered the best place to do your writing?
It’s a new year, and time to take a look at your writing practice.
It’s happened. I’ve hit a wall with my writing. Well, not exactly with my writing, but with promoting my new book, “Small: The Little We Need for Happiness.” My book will be shipped at the end of this month, just in time for the new […]
If you’ve ever been plagued by writing inhibitions, it’s important that you praise yourself once you’ve established a regular writing practice–no matter how small.
It’s often difficult to get back to writing after a break. In this post, I offer tips for beginning to write again.
Here’s a short talk about how to know if you’re a writer. Hope you enjoy it. And please forgive the Thanksgiving wishes. I had hoped to publish this last week.