Meditation Wednesday is a monthly series, where we’ll write a meditation piece for you to practice on your own. It will focus on writing, creating and imagining whatever theme we’re tackling for the month. The start of winter, December, and then the start of January are always so charged with emotion. Raw, often shocking emotions, … Continue reading Meditation Wednesday: Into the New Year We Go
Libra season is upon us, and although for your writing is doesn’t necessarily mean much, you can still add a little bit of its magic to your writing routine.
There's a somewhat potent quality to Sunday's Virgo/Pisces full moon. It's in the early degrees of both signs, so the sun and moon are just submerging themselves into the qualities of those signs. Full Moon Time: Aug. 26, 2018 at 7:56 a.m. EDT That said, it should be a few good days to experiment with … Continue reading To The #FullMoon and Back Writing Prompts
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. They're happening all around us – especially with nature. And as writers, it's always important to take a cue from what's happening around us to include in our writing. Or at least to include in our rituals and our day-to-day to help with our writing.
For many, what started as a writing of the heart, because the new moon was in Leo, led me to co-found something from my heart: a Caribbean writer's group.
I was debating whether to try #NaNoWriMo this year or not, but honestly, if you're writing anyway (like me), why not join the energy that's already flowing from this annual event. Plus, it's free and also – I just learned recently – has branched out become a real nonprofit thing with programs for young writers, … Continue reading #NaNoWriMo Warmups
"Above all, the writer's notebook invokes the muse, invites thought. Here we might note the phonic similarity between muse and musing. The mother of the Muses is Mnemosyne, goddess of memory; by writing down what you would otherwise forget, even willingly forget, you summon your better self (the muse)—or your worse—with these intimate scribbles." —Phillip … Continue reading Musings on Your Writer’s Journal