If you’re stuck on your novel, use journal writing to explore all the questions and trouble spots in a safe place. You may be surprised at the result.
Mind the gap to decide what your next project will be once your big novel is finished.
The creative process is like buying shoes because they look good on Pinterest. Yes, stay with me. I am going somewhere with this.
Many people place an incredible amount of importance on New Year’s Eve / New Year’s Day. Yet this time of year is a good opportunity to assess and reflect on life and to get clear about your creative and writing goals.
Doing less to do more is key to harnessing winter magic and the tremendous amount of power that the darker months, the time before and after the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.
The restless artist is an inventor, happiest when she is creating the next great thing, so how can she become a success this way? Learn more from Catharine Bramkamp, author of Writing from the Queen’s Seat: Discover and Write From Your Authentic Authority.
Autumn is the season of the metal element, a great time to get inspired and to let go of what isn’t working, including negative self-talk and old stories about your creative self. Gain insight on the metal element from acupuncturist, healer, and coach, Marie Bowser.
How committed are you to your creative process? A question I ask in this post for creative writers. *** I thought today I’d share about why I write to you every week. I started...
All the talk about “the New Normal” and how things will never be the same again post-pandemic got me thinking about my novel-in-progress and how certain things in it would be different in today’s world. A writer’s creative process.
Got COVID Writer’s Block? Get your Creativity Back with the Wisdom of the Five Elements by Marie Bowser
Have you been thinking “Wow! With the shelter-in-place I have all this extra time on my hands, now is my chance to pound out a work of creative genius!”? But then, when you sit down to the computer you’re feeling creatively stuck? Look to the Five Elements for help.
You’ll never know, unless you try. When you write it down, that scene you’re playing with, you may discover, as writer and artist Nevada McPherson did, a pivotal scene in your story.
How did you spend your April? How did you channel your creativity? Journey with author and poet Catharine Bramkamp and explore her fun expression.