I share my favorite organization tools for task management, time tracking, note-taking, daily planning, and more. The best part? They’re all free.
The second most important tool for creative recovery is the artist date, a way to pamper your inner creative. Artist dates give our muse permission to play.
Looking for ideas on how to be more creative? Try the morning pages, part of “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron.
Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and burnt out in your writing life? Here are some gentle affirmations for writers who may be struggling right now. You are doing just fine, my friend.
Grief is not a linear, five-step process. It’s messy. It’s ugly. It’s devastating. Writing won’t help you make sense of it. Writing won’t make it go away. But even if you’re not a writer by trade, writing can help patch up your broken heart.
Are you a “slow” writer who struggles to write once a week, let alone every day? Do you like GIFs of cute dogs? Then you’ve come to the right place.
Depression can wreck your writing life — but there are a few ways you can reclaim your creativity even if you can’t write.
One of my favorite dialogue writing tips is a simple one: take out your headphones while in public. Being present is crucial for writing well.
I traded passion, inspiration, and motivation for more money — and it was the worst trade deal in the history of trade deals, maybe ever.
I share a few of my favorite tactics for overcoming self-doubt in writing to silence your inner critic and refocus on your work.