Books Save Lives?

Seriously? That's a thing. Yes, this is a thing. Apparently, smart people working at Harvard have in fact studied the health benefits of expressive writing with surprising results. In fact, one such study found that students who wrote about trauma and traumatic events in their daily journal used less pain reliever than those who kept... Continue Reading →

When trolls attack…

Photo by Bich Tran on Pexels.com Sometimes it feels like writers specifically have to cross a troll bridge every day. Thing is...It takes a toll, and emotional one, on writers. It's become so commonplace you can google it now. The internet search engines are brimming with articles on how to deal with trolling if you're... Continue Reading →

Optimizing your optimism

Where do we go now? It's so hard to be optimistic these days, especially for us artsy types. We all have good days and bad days, but the most important thing you can do is capitalize on those good moments. You treasure that moment, and you fight for it. Some days it doesn't work, and... Continue Reading →

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