Awesome tips for writers in this post by Kirstin Nador.
By Kristin Nador/@KristinNador
Does finding time for writing leave you overwhelmed?
The tug of your creative life versus ‘regular life’ got you feeling guilty?
You’re not alone.
I’ve had a year of frustration and guilt concerning my creative endeavors. 2014 was a year of upheaval for me. An unexpected move, medical issues, financial worries. And lots of procrastination on my writing.
It’s not that I didn’t want to be writing. I longed to be ‘in the flow’, words dripping off my fingertips, or traveling to all sorts of Write Anywhere venues. But after spending days at doctor appointments, dealing with symptoms, adapting to a new living situation, being far from family, and even my kitty dying, I was sometimes too physically and emotionally drained to do any writing. But I also didn’t make it one of my non-negotiables. My perfectionist all-or-nothing tendencies also let me…
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