If you’re a writer, you likely already know that trying to write when you’re feeling down is one of the hardest tasks to complete.
Even the swankiest of office supplies aren’t what really help my writing. It’s the intangibles.
When Leni’s family relocates to a remote Alaskan town, she is forced to confront both her family’s dysfunction and her dangerous, new landscape.
The madness of the first half of the year has led to the perfect opportunity for writing this fall.
In the last two months, my creativity has wilted. COVID has inched its way into my world, a garden pest that latches onto one part of my life and drains energy away from the other parts. Luckily, like many things in life, I’ve found that with a little extra attention, my creativity has begun to perk back up.
Journaling has always been a way for me to deal with my anxiety. I’ve included some tips for getting started journaling in this post.
I have written in a journal, diary, notebook – what I call it depends on my mood that day – off and on since I was seven years old, which is when I received my first journal as a Christmas gift. It was one of those simple kids’ diaries with a plastic flowery cover andContinue reading “Using Journaling as a Writing Tool”