I've been journaling since birth, is what I often say. I have journals from my first year in high school, when I went abroad for a few weeks, my first pregnancy and so on. It's been a natural part of my writing journey. But recently, I found scripting; and it’s felt—more empowering. It was like … Continue reading What is Scripting?
Most astrologers would agree that describing Neptune is often as foggy, confusing and elusive as the gassy planet itself. The late astrologer, Donna Cunningham, in her book Astrology and Spiritual Development, said that when it came to this planet's energy "it is hard to tell when you're on the positive end of the spectrum and when … Continue reading 4 Ways to Use the Creative Energy of Neptune
"More than a mere journal, the commonplace book can be thought of as a paper-based interface for the social world of letters, in which Enlightenment-era writers continuously added, combined and swapped out snippets of found text gleaned from such new media as newspapers, broadsides and learned journals." —Matthew Battles, How Writers Interact With the World