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.
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.
I’ve been trying to come up with a neutral expression to label this current situation we find ourselves in. I propose ‘Quarantime.’
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.
What does a healthy creative #mindset look like? How can creatives combat self-doubt, perfectionism, fear of failure & comparison? #SelfCare for #Creatives
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…
The old year should never be tossed on the compost heap without first picking the meat and marrow from its bones. Here’s a compilation of 7 choice morsels of wisdom gleaned from my writing life in 2018.