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How to Set Up a Writing Planner to Stay Inspired & Organized

Writing a novel is a big, exciting undertaking. If you find yourself overwhelmed by all the moving parts involved in bringing a book to life and eventually to market, though, you're not alone. Setting up a writing planner can be a huge help. I decided to put my own writing planner together a ... READ the POST

11 Self-Development Workbooks and Guided Journals for Empowerment and Inner Peace

DISCLAIMER: I WAS NOT PAID TO PROMOTE ANY OF THESE BOOKS, BUT THIS BLOG POST DOES CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS MEANING I MAY EARN A SMALL COMMISSION (AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU) IF YOU USE THEM TO MAKE A PURCHASE.

Self-development workbooks and guided journals are great, affordable resources to help you cultivate inner peace, become better at dealing with life's challenges, and identify what you truly want so you can experience more joy in life. They've been an enormous part of my own self-development ... READ the POST

4 Truths to Help You Handle Criticism with Grace

One of the most challenging parts of writing a book or creating any type of art is dealing with criticism. When you create something, it's hard not to feel attached to it, like any criticism it gets is an attack on you personally. While there are some exceptions (such as genuinely offensive ... READ the POST

8 Empowering Affirmations for Writers to Combat Fear and Self-Doubt

When it comes to getting into a creative flow, the mental game is half the battle - especially if you're someone who struggles with self-doubt, fear, and perfectionism. Part of the problem is negative thought patterns that are activated as soon as you start a creative project, such as writing a ... READ the POST

What to Do When Writing Stops Being Fun

Recently, I had to get honest with myself and accept that I’d hit burnout on my WIP 1/3 of the way through the second draft of my novel.⁠ ⁠ For a year and a half, I worked on it without taking a break for more than a week or two, except when I moved, which was a stressful experience so it didn’t ... READ the POST

Guest Post: Shadow Work for Writers to Better Handle Rejection and Criticism

Writing is an amazing experience when you are brainstorming and drafting for yourself, but once you invite readers into your bubble, things can get dicey. Even though we know criticism is an inevitable part of the process (and even necessary for our growth as writers), it can still trigger negative ... READ the POST

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