Nurturing Your Writer Self

Nurturing Your Writer Self

Fellow writers,

Have you noticed how hard writers can be on themselves – how hard you can be on yourself: comparing yourself to other writers, forcing yourself to push through a piece of writing when you really don’t feel like it, listening to the chatter in your head that’s telling you you’re not good enough?

How about giving yourself a break! You will create more, and be happier, if you nurture, instead of torture, your writer self.

Need some practical strategies?

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Being Judged

Pushing Through

Being Brave

Sleeping on it


Asking for Help


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You will also receive “Something to Consider,” a weekly one- or two-minute read that will nourish, support, and inspire your writing self.

Quotes, prompts, anecdotes; tips on playing, exploring, committing, resting, working through paralysis, moving forward . . .