Monthly Archives: June 2017

Self-Care for Writers – Watch your Thoughts

“Thoughts become things.” – Mike Dooley, Notes from the Universe Now this may sound very, very woowoo. Very spiritual and quite useless for everyday life. It isn’t. Because how we think about ourselves, our writing, our lives – all of … Continue reading

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Self-Care for Writers – Quieting the Mind

For us writers, the mind is the most important tool. It is where our stories are born. It’s where they grow into full tales that make it to the keyboard, paper or file. It’s more important than the computer and … Continue reading

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Self-Care for Writers – Posture

Now, I’m not a physiotherapist. And yes, I’ve dealt with back pains and wrenched backs a few times in my life, so I know how that feels. And I’m certainly not perfect in my posture, nor avoiding all problems. But … Continue reading

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Self-Care for Writers – Carpal Tunnel

Last week I wrote about pain and how to tap for it. Next, I want to look at some reasons for pain that we create ourselves. I have close and personal experience with at least two of them… let’s start … Continue reading

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Self-Care for Writers – Pain

So I did a really stupid thing last night and tried to sleep through a fairly strong headache. I don’t usually take anything for headaches, but maybe I should have… Even so, I managed to get some sleep (and had … Continue reading

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