Category Archives: Get Back to Writing Practice
The possibility that is offered, over and over, to begin again, and reclaim your own imperfect, brilliant, lifeworthy writing voice.
Exploring the ingredients of writing practice; what helps you develop and stick to it.
Too much dreaming about your writing life can get in the way of the writing, and the living. Harsh as it might be, is it time to burst your writing bubble?
Practical and psychological approaches to reducing distractions and getting down to writing.
Suggestions from readers on ways to reduce distractions and commit to writing practice.
Journal exercise to write about what you don’t want to write about… and start writing what you do.
Exploring the opposites of distracted. What if “attentive” was the opposite, rather then “focused”?
The hidden benefits of distractions: keeping you too busy to do the (risky) projects.
A different take on distractions, remembering the positive things that modern day distractions allow us to do.
Exploring our obsession with focus, and suggesting ‘flow’ as a more positive and creative state to get into.