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February 24, 2013


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Yes!! Keep writing. That's the most important thing. Write every day. That's the one thing that every single author I've ever listened to has said..."write every day."

I translate that to my art as well.

Gerushia's New World

Laura Irrgang

Thanks, Kimberly. I really want to make it part of my daily routine. I tend to carve out large chunks in spurts...like a furious novel writing session during NaNoWriMo. Then, I neglect the daily aspect. I want it to be a practice, like a yoga practice or a spiritual practice. Im having a hard time managing my time with two small children, though. They wake up EARLY and then require near-constant attention all day long. By the time theyre in bed, Im pretty pooped. Im experimenting with different ways to steal that time, but Im feeling pretty energy-drained. How did you work your art into your life with younger children? Any advice?

Jill James

Everything in time.....the girls will be in school full time before you know it. It's easy to get into the "I should be writing" guilt cycle.

But, if you can bam out a book during NaNoWriMo, you're Wonder Woman!

Have you ever read any of Esther Hicks' books? She might be a little out there for some people.....her focus is changing your vibration to make yourself feel better. "The Astonishing Power of Emotions, Let Your Feelings Be Your Guide" ~ the library should have it. If you want to write, something inside you wants to....you can make it happen!

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