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11/12/2022

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How your body's wisdom can help with your writing 07/11/2022

Do you ever have trouble making decisions about your writing? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson I talk about how your body's wisdom can help you create a writing life you will love, one decision at a time.

Watch the 5 minute video or read the transcript at this link.

xo,

Emma

P.S. ✨I published my new workbook, Write With the Moon, on Halloween! This workbook is for you if you ever find yourself lost in your writing process, not knowing what to do next. It's for you if you think how you write is wrong because it's not in line with "expert" opinions. It's for you if you would love to infuse a bit of magic and play into your writing life. Ready for some fun lunar writing rituals? Buy Write With the Moon today. https://www.enchantedwriting.com/write-with-the-moon

P.P.S. Enchanted Readers Book Club is reading Psalm for the Wild Built by Becky Chambers. This is a beautiful sci-fi novella about a monk and a robot. If you'd love to join the conversation on Tuesday 11/15 @ 5:30pm Pacific on Zoom, just hit reply to this email and I'll send you the link to our community.

https://www.enchantedwriting.com/blog/How-your-bodys-wisdom-can-help-with-your-Enchanted Writing School

How your body's wisdom can help with your writing Do you ever have trouble making decisions about your writing? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson I talk about how your body's wisdom can help you both make decisions and create a writing life you will love.

Write With the Moon 31/10/2022

It's Halloween, the most witchy day of the year, and to celebrate I have created a very witchy workbook! Write With the Moon is a series of four lunar rituals to help you discover your unique creative flow, so you can create a writing life that feels authentic and magical to YOU.

Write With the Moon Discover your unique creative flow

A tip for when you get stuck with your writing 25/10/2022

Do you ever get stuck repeating the same fears and limiting beliefs about writing over and over again? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson I talk about how to shift those repetitive thoughts by getting creative about your writing process.

Watch the 3 minute video and read the transcript here.

xo,

Emma

P.S. In this week's video you'll get a peak at a cat I'm fostering. She's so cute!

P.P.S.✨Stay tuned for my new workbook, Write With the Moon, which will be available this Halloween, October 31, 2022. The workbook will guide you through a series of lunar rituals to help you get into your natural flow as a writer.✨

A tip for when you get stuck with your writing Do you ever find yourself getting stuck repeating the same fears and limiting beliefs to yourself over and over again? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson I talk about how to shift those repetitive thoughts by getting creative about your writing process.

Creating time and space for writing 05/10/2022

Do you have trouble creating time and space for writing? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson, I talk about the importance of writing at a time and in a place that is authentic to you, even if that's different than the "right" way to write.

✨If you would love to turn your writing angst into enchanted flow, join the Autumn of Enchanted Writing. This is a safe, kind, and magical group, where we do weekly rituals to help you discover what makes writing come alive for YOU. Join today! We start on October 13, 2022. https://www.enchantedwriting.com/autumn-of-enchanted-writing✨

https://www.enchantedwriting.com/blog/creating-time-and-space-to-write

Creating time and space for writing Do you have trouble creating time and space for writing? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson, I talk about the importance of writing at a time and in a place that is authentic to you, even if that's different than the "right" way to write.

Finding balance in your writing life 05/10/2022

Are you out of balance in your writing life? Do you either write too much or too little? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson, I talk about the importance of finding balance with writing.

✨If you would love to turn your writing angst into enchanted flow, join the Autumn of Enchanted Writing. This is a safe, kind, and magical group, where we do weekly rituals to help you discover what makes writing come alive for YOU. Join today! We start on October 13, 2022. https://www.enchantedwriting.com/autumn-of-enchanted-writing✨

Finding balance in your writing life Are you out of balance in your writing life? Do you either write too much or too little? In this week's Enchanted Writing Lesson, I talk about the importance of finding balance with writing.

What to Blog About - A 6 Day Challenge 14/03/2022

Do you want to write online, but you struggle with what to write about, because you're not sure if your blogging idea is right?

Then the What to Blog About Challenge is for you!

Hi, I'm Emma Veritas. I'm a writer, blogging coach, and podcaster. I've been writing online for over 7 years, and I am here to help you get clear and confident on your authentic message for your blog.

I created this challenge because so many of my clients struggle with feeling confident about what they want to write online.

Is their idea right?

Are they enough of an expert?

Will everyone think they're crazy or frivolous or weird?

But no matter how worried they are, they still have a heart desire to share their voices, connect to others, and write online.

My mission is to help my clients, and you, to claim the courage and confidence to share your authentic voice with the world.

In the What to Blog About Challenge you will take the first important steps on this journey.

You'll come up with 6 inspiring and authentic blog post ideas, while also getting a big confidence boost to start hitting publish!

Join the challenge today! https://www.veritaswriterssanctuary.com/what-to-blog-about

What to Blog About - A 6 Day Challenge Come up with your next 6 inspiring and authentic blog post ideas.

02/03/2022

📖 2022 Book 7 📖A Secret Sisterhood: the literary friendships of Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot, and Virginia Woolf by Emma Claire Sweeney and Emily Midorikawa.

I read this as part of the 2022 Book Riot Read Harder Challenge. The prompt was to read a biography of an author you admire.

My best friend and I read this at the same time. It was so fun to do a mini book club, and to talk about these authors who were a big part of both our English Major lives.

I loved the section on George Eliot the most. She was friends with Harriet Tubman. They wrote many letters to each other about their writing and lives.

It made me appreciate my friendship with my bestie even more, since she’s someone I can talk to about art and writing.

It’s a special kind of bond when you can chat safely with someone about such vulnerable things.

Tag the friends you talk to about your creative life!

23/02/2022

The 2022 Books and Moss reading challenge is to pick a book you love and find a space outside to relax and read.

You can pick how often you read outside.

You can challenge yourself to read outside once a week, once a month, or once a season.

The challenge includes all book formats and all outdoor spaces.

Take a pic and tag me when you read outside!

Why read outside? I don’t know about you, but for me, reading outdoors always makes me feel like myself. It fills my heart with joy, and it gets me into a state of relaxation it’s hard to find elsewhere.

For me, reading outside always feels like vacation, and I think this is a year to embrace vacation moments whenever we can.

23/02/2022

2022 Book 6 📖 Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory 📖 I read this book as part of the 2022 Book Riot Read Harder Challenge.

This was for prompt 7 “Read a romance where at least one of the protagonists is over 40.”

I’ve always enjoyed doing reading challenges. The summer reading lists were my greatest pleasure as a kid.

This is my third year doing the Read Harder Challenge. The prompts break me out of my reading comfort zone and force me to find books I wouldn’t have read otherwise.

I found Royal Holiday by asking members of my romance book club for suggestions. I’m glad I read it! It was a sweet, fun story, and I enjoyed the perspectives of the protagonists, who were both thoughtful and kind people.

You can find this challenge by Googling 2022 Book Riot Read Harder Challenge.

What reading challenges do you like? I’d love some suggestions!

18/02/2022

2022 Book 5. 📖 Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell 📖 This was the February pick for my romance novel book club, and it is definitely a contender for my favorite book of 2022.

I learned so much about my reading wheelhouse from this book, because Winter’s Orbit had so much of what I love in a story. This book was:

A space opera
A q***r romance
A political thriller
A murder mystery
A healing journey

Plus, it had genuinely funny moments, and the main characters were incredibly lovable.

This book had it all while also maintaining a tight storyline.

Highly recommend!

There are some content warnings for being about recovery from an abusive relationship. You can see all the content warnings on the Winter’s Orbit page on the StoryGraph.com.

📸 Screen grab credit: .storygraph

13/02/2022

2022 Book 4. 📖 Pride: a Pride & Prejudice Remix by Ibi Zoboi. 📖 This is my first Pride & Prejudice retelling, and it was AMAZING!!

Here’s a quote from the official book description: “Zuri Benitez has pride. Brooklyn pride, family pride, and pride in her Afro-Latino roots. But pride might not be enough to save her rapidly gentrifying neighborhood from becoming unrecognizable.”

In this retelling, Ibi Zoboi hits all the beats of the original story in really fun ways, and she updates the characters in ways that I LOVED.

*Minor spoilers ahead*

My favorite character updates:

🫖In Pride, the Benitez family all love and respect each other in ways you don’t see in the original P&P.

🫖The parents don’t just tolerate each other. They have genuine love and affection.

🫖The Mary character is liked and loved.

🫖The Lydia character isn’t permanently harmed because she’s a flirty teenager.

I loved revisiting P&P through the eyes of Zuri (the Lizzy character) who loves to read, loves her family, loves her neighborhood, and wants to fulfill her dream of going to Howard.

And of course all the fun begins when the Darcy family renovates and moves into the old mansion next door to the Benitez family. 💗

I read this one on audiobook, and the performance was awesome. 5 stars ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

04/02/2022

2022 Book 3. Mozart’s Starling by Lyanda Lynn Haupt. This is a combination of a naturalist memoir about starlings with lots of starling facts AND a musical history book about Mozart with lots of Mozart facts. 🐦🎼

The first naturalist memoir I read was Crow Planet by Lyanda Lynn Haupt. After that I was hooked on the genre. Nowadays I’m a big fan of Sy Montgomery, especially The Soul of an Octopus.

Mozart’s Starling wasn’t as much of an emotional memoir as these other two books, but it was still a nice read.

I enjoyed learning about starlings. These birds are so invasive in the U.S. I had never taken the time to learn about them, and there are actually a lot of cool facts about these birds.

This book focuses mostly on their skills as mimics. They can talk like parrots and sing specific tunes.

Mozart comes into it because of a story about him buying a starling while living in Vienna. He heard the starling sing one of his melodies while he was walking by a bird shop. Mozart was so delighted by this he had to bring the bird home.

Mozart’s Starling explores the mystery around how the starling learned the tune, since it hadn’t yet been published.

This one is for you if you enjoy weaving the threads of multiple disciplines, histories, and memoir together. I certainly do! I love a book with a lot going on when it also remains clear and coherent.

28/01/2022

I grew up in a family marked by addiction, narcissism, and abandonment. Because of this, and other things, I left my childhood with the firm belief that everything about me was wrong.
My thoughts were wrong. My hobbies were wrong. Everything I said was wrong. Everything I felt was wrong.
I wanted to be a writer, but I couldn’t write because that meant putting all my wrong-ness on a page and that hurt too much. Instead, I spent a decade sitting on a barstool numbing out.
When I got sober I spent the first three years recovering my sanity, and then these last 8 years recovering my creativity.
My creative journey has been a deep healing from the belief that everything about me is wrong, because each word I write is defying that old belief and saying instead: “Being right or wrong isn’t even a thing. This is about being YOU without apology.”
Being me without apology.
This is what I’ve learned how to do over these years where I have blogged, run Facebook groups, produced a podcast, and generally taken up space in the world by courageously being my authentic creative self.
Practicing being myself without apology in my creativity has freed my whole life.
I say the truth and live that truth out in the world.
My relationships are honest.
My daily life is filled with many joyful moments. Even the sad moments are joyful, because they are real and true.
Everything is different, and everything is so much better.
Writing has been the greatest journey of my life, and I would love to help you begin this journey, too.
In the Courageous Bloggers Society I help you be yourself without apology, both in your writing and in your life.
We meet twice a month for writing & coaching workshops to help you unlock your authentic path to writing online, the path that is right for YOU, even if others disagree.
I would love to be on your side, helping you share your voice in the world without apology.
If you're interested in joining us you can sign up here! https://www.veritaswriterssanctuary.com/courageousbloggerssociety
xo,
Emma

22/01/2022

2022 Book 2. The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman performed by Lesley Manville. This is the second book in the Thursday Murder Club series, a cozy British mystery that’s thoughtful and beautifully written.

I listened to this one on audiobook. Since the pandemic started I’ve had a harder time paying attention to physical books.

I’ve found so much joy in walking, puttering, or crafting while reading audiobooks.

The performer of the Thursday Murder Club books is SO GOOD. She makes it so you can get totally lost in the world of the club in their quiet retirement village with all the pals they pick up in their detective work.

I love the symbiosis of audiobooks between writer and performer. The voice you hear becomes an integral part of the reading experience.

What are your favorite audiobooks?

20/01/2022

Do you want to write online, but feel scared to share what you actually think, feel, and believe on the internet? Come join me and an amazing group of writers in The Courageous Bloggers Society, a vibrant membership where we meet twice a month for Writing & Coaching Workshops to boost your confidence!

In this video I give you the inside scoop on all the fun we get up to in the society. I hope to see you there!

https://www.veritaswriterssanctuary.com/courageousbloggerssociety

19/01/2022

HOW DID YOU FEEL ABOUT HOMEWORK WHEN YOU WERE GROWING UP?
When I was a kid, before I got my very first homework assignment, I would watch my older sister and brother doing their homework, and feel jealous.
I wanted to do homework so bad! I still remember the yearning in my heart to check off those lists of math problems and fill in those blanks with words.
I love a good puzzle, and I'm guessing that’s what I thought homework would be, a fun puzzle.
When I finally got my first math homework in the third grade, I was so excited. I sat at my kitchen table, opened my book bag, took out my worksheet, and picked up my pencil.
This was it, the moment I'd been waiting for.
But before my pencil could even touch the page I was immediately so bored I wanted to cry. This was awful! Homework sucked! I didn't want to do this! Maybe there was something else fun I could do?
And that’s pretty much how homework was for me moving forward. It was something really boring I had to do, and I would do anything and everything I could to avoid it.
I would read and play and watch TV until I finally just had to do my homework because the assignment was due the next day (or in 5 minutes).
Even though I usually got my assignments completed on time, I was never able to sit down and quietly focus on them until it was urgent.
I always waited until the last minute, and I was told by every authority figure in my life that this was totally irresponsible!
What I should've been doing is studying a little everyday, so that the night before I didn't have to scramble to complete an assignment.
But that never happened.
What I would do instead was make beautiful plans for all the ways I would get a paper done over the course of a couple weeks, and then I would feel lots of shame because I never followed through on my beautiful plans.
I can't count how many times I woke up early the day a paper was due to write as fast as I could.
This pattern stuck with me through being a college student, through working as a project manager in an IT office (lol), and even into being a business owner.
When I started my business I wanted to write a regular blog, and I thought the best way to write a blog post would be to work on it a little each day over the course of a week or so.
Instead I would procrastinate writing my posts until the day before I wanted to send them, and then I would feel lots of shame because I thought I was still being irresponsible and flaky in my work.
I wanted to do better at working, so I read books on how to focus more, I listened to podcasts on how to work correctly, and I tried my damndest to just do this thing right already.
None of these things helped. I always found myself painfully avoiding my tasks until the last minute.
So, at this point in the story you might be thinking I'm about to tell you how I turned everything around and found the key to stop procrastinating, but the truth is I never found it.
In fact, I'm writing these very words the night before I'll be publishing this letter.
The shift I experienced around my working style wasn't to change how I work, but to accept that deadlines are highly motivating for me.
I've come to realize that doing a project too far ahead of a deadline makes me feel bored and uninspired.
However, once the deadline approaches I become genuinely excited, motivated, and ready to get down to business.
For me, waiting to the last minute isn't irresponsible. It's how I authentically get energized to work.
After finally accepting this about myself I started managing my work differently.
Instead of making beautiful plans based on the "right way" to work that I was taught, I started designing my schedule to intentionally leverage my love of deadlines.
* When I need to do something for my podcast, I create a deadline by scheduling a call with my co-host where I show her what I've worked on.
* Since I know I won't work on my blog until the day before, I block off Mondays as a joyful writing day so I can send my newsletter out on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.
* When I have a bigger project to do, like creating a self-paced online course, I'll run it live first, knowing people are waiting for the next module each week.
The truth is I'm working how I've always worked since my very first homework assignment, but now I carry way less shame about it.
We each have our own way of being authentically motivated. For you it might be deadlines, but it might also be something else. The important thing to notice is if you carry any shame about how you naturally work.
As writers, this is especially important to pay attention to, because shame around your process can definitely decrease inspiration.
My questions for you this week are this: What shame do you carry about how you work? What if you accepted this about yourself and started to plan your work based on how you naturally do things instead of trying to get yourself to work the "right way"? How can you create inspiration this week by allowing yourself to be YOU?
xo,
Emma

P.S. In the Courageous Bloggers Society my mission is to help you find the confidence to share your authentic voice online, in a way that honors who you really are. Come and join us for all the support you need to start hitting publish on your meaningful words in the most authentic way for YOU. https://www.veritaswriterssanctuary.com/courageousbloggerssociety

P.P.S. If you've been wondering how things work in the Courageous Bloggers Society I made this video for you! https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/667548868

13/01/2022

When I started life coaching almost 8 years ago, I was a newbie in a new field, and I had a lot of self-doubt. I wondered if I would be a good coach. I wanted to start a blog to support my business, and I didn't know if I had anything helpful to share.

What I was forgetting was that at the age of 34 I had also been on a long journey of personal growth and healing.

I had been sober for a few years and was learning how to be a full and functional human being.
I had been in therapy, recovering from the narcissistic abuse I experienced growing up.
Plus I had always been introspective, trying anything I could do to feel better.
When I started coaching, even though I was new to the practice, I wasn't new to life.

I was in the middle of a journey, where I was mastering how to be creative, how to set boundaries, how to feel my feelings, and how to listen to my intuition.

Though I've continued this journey, learning more and more over the years, I still had valuable things to share back then, from the perspective I had at that time.

I think this is such an important thing to remember when you are starting out in a new field, especially one where you want to inspire, help, or teach others.

Yes, you might be new to the coaching or helping practice you are doing, but you are not new to life. You have gained valuable wisdom and mastery in lots of different areas over the years.

Many of my writing clients doubt this. They forget just how valuable the wisdom they've gained through experience is.

If you have this kind of self-doubt ask yourself the following questions, and answer them as honestly as you can:

How have you grown over the past 5 - 10 years? How are you different today than you were then?
What have you learned that has made a difference in your daily life?
What are you no longer actively learning today because you have gained some level of mastery in that area?
The answers to these questions are areas of life where you have gained wisdom which could help another person going through the same challenges.

When you share this wisdom you offer a treasure trove to your readers that could change the course of their day or even their whole life.

xo,

Emma

P.S. If you would love to gain the courage and confidence to share your voice online join the Courageous Bloggers Society today and participate in bi-monthly Writing & Coaching Workshops and Writing Challenges to help you uncover your message and free your voice. I would love to help you do this! https://www.veritaswriterssanctuary.com/courageousbloggerssociety

P.P.S. One of my goals for 2022 is to document all the books I read on my personal Instagram account, . Come and follow along! I'd love to know what you're reading too. https://www.instagram.com/books_and_moss/

13/01/2022

2022 Book 1. Bombshell by Sarah MacLean. This one was for my with

I spent my evenings reading Bombshell by the fire during a really cold and dark couple weeks.

The more I read romance the happier I am that I started. I used to be a snobby lit major, thinking romance novels were trashy. Now I am so into the world of modern romance with all the progressive, empowering story lines!!!

Next up is a and I’m so looking forward to it!

What are your favorite modern romance novels?







09/01/2022

A random sunny day in the Pacific Northwest = me doing my very favorite thing, reading on the deck 🌸☀️🌲🎉

Currently reading: A Secret Sisterhood, the literary friendships of Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot, and Virginia Woolf by Emily Midorikawa & Emily Claire Sweeney



24/12/2021

I'm so excited to announce I've changed my business name from School of Wild Authenticity to Veritas Writers Sanctuary.

What I want to create with my business is a haven for writers who want to inspire, teach, and help others by writing online but who get scared to hit publish on your meaningful words.

I want to create a space for you to:

Feel safe, seen, and understood
Feel all your feelings with a sense of welcome and peace
Feel deeply supported as you begin your writing journey

The mission of Veritas Writers Sanctuary is to help you find the courage to share your authentic voice with the world.

I'm looking forward to all the ways we'll be connecting in 2022, including my weekly newsletter, Full Heart Free Voice Podcast, Courageous Bloggers Society, and Seasonal Oracle Card Readings.

Moving forward, my new domain name is veritaswriterssanctuary.com!

Let me know if you have any questions or if there is anything you wish Veritas Writers Sanctuary was offering.

xo,

Emma

Emma Veritas | Blogging Coach |
Writer | Podcaster

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Does the fear of embarrassment stop you from writing online? 08/12/2021

Do you know what stops you from writing online? For me, sometimes it's the squirmy fear of embarrassing myself publicly.

What if I write something and no one reads it? What if I tell everyone I'm doing this thing, and then it flops? What if no one clicks like? What if no one follows me? Everyone would see my profile and my posts AND see that no one likes them!!! So embarrassing.

I really hate the feeling of embarrassment. My gut gets all squirmy. My shoulders clench. I cringe. It's the worst.

But here's something I hate more...the stifling, sad, dark feeling of shutting down my own voice. When I have an idea I genuinely want to pursue, but get scared of embarrassment so do nothing, I feel disappointed and deflated.

When I first started writing I was so sick of this feeling that I was finally willing to risk embarrassment so I could hit publish on my blog.

Since then some things I've written have gone well. People saw my posts and liked them. People responded letting me know how my words helped. People signed up for my programs! (See Courageous Bloggers Society🎉)

But, I've also marketed programs that never sold. I've written deeply meaningful blog posts no one has read. I've announced things I haven't followed through on. (See my recent tries at starting a podcast for writers.🤷‍♀️)

Every time something doesn't go how I want I feel that squirmy embarrassed feeling. I don't like it, but what I've found is embarrassment is so much better than the feeling of stifling my desire to write.

Embarrassment is survivable. It takes a little bit of time to recover from, but I'm always intact in the end.

Stifling my own voice, however, was a constant sad feeling that never left me alone.

I've also found I am not always embarrassed. More often I get to experience connection with my audience. I get to feel the joy of helping others. I get to feel the freedom of doing something I really want to do.

But I would never get to feel these great things without taking the risk of potentially feeling embarrassed.

If your fear of embarrassment stops you from writing online, I can't guarantee you'll never feel embarrassed, but what I do know is feeling squirmy from embarrassment now and then is so worth the freedom of getting to put your voice out into the world.

xo,

Emma

P.S. I would love for you to join me and an amazing group of writers in The Courageous Bloggers Society, where we meet twice a month for live Writing & Coaching Workshops to help you build the confidence to write online and share your voice with the world!

https://www.wildauthenticity.com/blog/risk-embarrassment

Does the fear of embarrassment stop you from writing online? Do you know what stops you from writing online? For me, sometimes it's the squirmy fear of embarrassing myself publicly.

How to add pleasure to your writing sessions 01/12/2021

Have you ever tried to sit down to write, thinking it would be super fun because you love writing, but then it turns into a struggle where you can barely eke out one sentence?

But then the next time you sit down to write it feels so easy, like the wings of inspiration have landed upon you and a whole essay flows like a river?

Self-expression can be unpredictable sometimes, and this unpredictability has always frustrated me as a writer.

I write on Monday mornings, but there's no knowing what kind of writing day any given Monday will be.

I used to beat myself up when I had low inspiration on my writing days. I wondered what was wrong with me. Why couldn't I just get those words on the page?!

On my high inspiration writing days I would feel like a success and wonder why writing couldn't be like that all the time.

In her book, Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert talks about inspiration as an unpredictable thing that can't be forced. What can be predictable, however, is you showing up and trying to write whether or not inspiration flows.

What I have found on top of that is I can always do things to make writing more pleasurable, even if I can't always force words to flow out with ease and grace.

For example, I know looking at trees helps me feel at peace. So when I sit down to write I sit somewhere with at least one tree in view.

I also know I love having a cup of hot cacao by my side. A warm drink always puts me in a good mood, so I make cacao at the beginning of every writing session.

One of my favorite kinds of play is pulling oracle cards, so before I write I pull an oracle card to help inspire ideas in a way that's fun for me.

When I have these three things in place I can enjoy myself during any writing session, even ones where the writing is slow.

This week, try adding three things to your writing ritual you know you'll enjoy. It could be sitting with an interesting view, having a drink or snack you love by your side, or generating a writing idea in a fun way.

If you can't force inspiration, that's ok, you can still make writing one of the most pleasurable parts of your life by bringing more joy into the writing ritual itself.

xo,

Emma

P.S. I would love for you to join me and an amazing group of writers in The Courageous Bloggers Society. We're meeting next Monday evening, 12/6/21, for a Writing & Coaching Workshop where we'll be talking more about the Joy of Writing. Join today so you can participate in the workshop. Hope to see you there!

https://www.wildauthenticity.com/blog/add-pleasure-to-your-writing-sessions

How to add pleasure to your writing sessions Have you ever tried to sit down to write, thinking it would be super fun because you love writing, but then it turns into a struggle where you can barely eke out one sentence?

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