Category: Self Care for Writers
It’s time to tackle the troublesome stories we tell ourselves, the ‘my-thologies.’
Can Books Heal?
I’ve been fascinated with the practice of bibliotherapy, a therapeutic approach that uses literature to support mental health and wellbeing, and it all started with —you guessed it — a book.
Year of the Mole
I know it’s late November, and the year is winding down to its last few weeks, but I’m going to call it: 2020 is the Year of the Mole.
Naming the Times: Quarantime
I’ve been trying to come up with a neutral expression to label this current situation we find ourselves in. I propose ‘Quarantime.’
Crazy Pandemic Dreams
My subconscious is working overtime during the current worldwide health crisis. For a little levity, I analyse the symbols in my crazy pandemic dreams in hopes of making sense of this new reality.
A Healthy, Creative Mindset
What does a healthy creative #mindset look like? How can creatives combat self-doubt, perfectionism, fear of failure & comparison? #SelfCare for #Creatives
A Writer’s Self – Care, Part 2
In this new series on Self-Care for Writers, I’m sharing insights on looking after yourself, body and soul. In this article, because it’s January, we’re talking goals. Not all goals are good goals; some can be downright unhealthy. In the first article in my Self-Care for Writers series, Seven Tips for Flourishing as a Writer, I…