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Fighting Resistance!

“It’s not the writing part that’s hard. What’s hard is sitting down to write. What keeps us from sitting down is Resistance.” says Steven Pressfield… 412 more words


I am listening to The War of Art on repeat today, which is one of the many personal hacks I use to stay motivated and somewhat on-task.   570 more words

Writing through Your Fear

Whether you’re a beginning writer or a seasoned veteran, writing can be scary. Fiction authors put out original imaginings that often hold deeper truths (or are falsely judged to reveal something about the writer). 1,093 more words

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The Artist's Way vs. The War of Art

It’s January, so it is my annual time to reread The Artist’s Way.  However, this summer I discovered the genius that is The War of Art, so I will be simultaneously listening to it as well. 551 more words

Emotional Elasticity Sucks (There's a Puppy at the End)

This week’s blog is a note on the elasticity and, unfortunate whorishness, of our emotional states.

Depending on what you choose to do with your life, if you do give yourself a goal and purpose, there are seminal texts you must read. 1,000 more words


Why Hard Work Is More Important Than Talent

A middle-aged white lady sighs heavily as she walks out of my booth at a local craft fair. She turns to her friend and bemoans her fate: “I wish I was talented.” I roll my eyes so hard I can see my hindbrain and paste a smile on my face as someone else wanders into my booth. 897 more words


Love Your Work and ... It's Still Work

“Love what you do, and you’ll never work a day in your life.”

Lovely sentiment. But it’s a lie.

If you love what you do for work, it sure makes it more meaningful and enjoyable … but it doesn’t change that it is still work. 204 more words