The year is half-way done, Mercury is about to go direct, a new moon is on the horizon and two eclipses have wrapped up. Sounds about a good time to do a check-in, don't you think? READ MORE: This week's worksheet is to write a letter to yourself highlighting all your greatness. There are quick, … Continue reading 6 Ways to Know If You’re On Track
We couldn't let National Picnic Month pass without creating a post about it, especially since picnics make for excellent writing spaces. Also, Mercury (in retrograde) and Venus are forming a peaceful conjunct in Cancer this week, making for a great time to bring people together and enjoy the beauty the world has to share. Just … Continue reading Celebrate National Picnic Month—with a Picnic!
You’ve probably read everything possible about Mercury retrograde by now—and more. Because the retrograde is a little bit more potent, it calls for an all hands on deck approach among astrologers. It lands in between two eclipses, several planets going retrograde with a few more preparing to go direct, plus Mercury itself will be going … Continue reading 5 Ways to Nurture Your Idea Before a Pitch
The fireworks, backyard grilling, parades and often poolside fun with family and friends—the blissful freedoms we get to enjoy this weekend. Can you think of some others? But if you don't have these to enjoy, it doesn't mean you can't celebrate your freedom to (at the very least) one of the most important activities to … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things to Do This Weekend: Free Your Writing
As a special treat, we created a series of writing prompts for the individual signs, based on the energies of the eclipse and where it lands for each. These writing prompts are meant to provoke those aspects of your thinking, get you writing based on how the eclipse is hitting your specific sign and hopefully … Continue reading Your Cancer New Moon Writing Prompts
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” ― Abraham LincolnIt is never too late to get your life right. You can go after your goals now or delay for months and years, plan for New Year's Day or your birthday, but the process will … Continue reading 5 Surefire Ways to Accomplish Anything
Reading is an important part of writing. The lesson often shared is "you read to become a writer" and that the two must coexist. Problem is, if like me, you only read and often read to absorb as much as possible, just in case... oh, I don’t know, the idea for another character comes along, … Continue reading 3 Note-Taking Tips to Get the Most Out of What You Read