Registration is currently open for:
There are many portals to nurturing your writing practice and growing as a writer. Which door you pick isn’t all that important. Whether you’re a closet writer, an established writer, or somewhere in between, these two actions will nurture your creative process.
- Keep going.
Simple, but not easy, right?
Maybe you’re terrified of sharing your words, but that whisper is starting to shout. You’re tired of saying “I don’t have time to write.” You already have a writing practice, but the thrill is gone and it’s falling to the bottom of your to-do list. You could use a new perspective on an old story, or a pair of eyes on a work in progress. Maybe you have a pile of pages and need some fresh eyes.
You question whether you’re a “real” writer. You long for creative companions creative companions on the path.
Here’s what I know: Some words are more than no words. Ten minutes is more than no minutes. You don’t have to be good. But you do need to show up.
Have a look around and make yourself at home! I can’t wait to write with you.
“One learns by thinking about writing and by talking about writing—but primarily through writing.” ~ Mary Oliver
Your perfectionism will not save you.
Your perfectionism will paralyze you.
Your perfectionism is based on a myth.
Tell us the myth of your perfectionism:
Who are its gods and goddesses?
Who takes the fall?
Who is triumphant in the end?
What comes to life and what must die away?
Your walls will not save you.
Your walls will isolate you.
Your walls are based on a story.
Tell us the story of your walls:
What color are they?
Who is allowed in and why?
What are you keeping out?
What will happen if you wander beyond them?
Your self-doubt will not save you.
Your self-doubt will keep you small.
Your self-doubt is based on lies.
Tell us about the lies:
What do they whisper in your ear?
Where do they live in your body?
What if you ignore their warnings and go big?
Your truth and beauty will save you.
The truth of your being.
The beauty of your being.
Or maybe you don’t need saving.
Tell us about a moment when you felt seen.