If It Walks & Quacks Like A Duck

Most of us have heard:  If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it is a duck. When we feel stuck and look stuck, we are stuck. “Being Stuck” can feel like a constant log-line throughout our writer’s life. But it doesn’t need to. I have an ANTIDOTE to being STUCK. Use this simple technique and I guarantee continued movement and success with your writing intentions. I put together a simple template to use any day, anywhere to help you get unstuck: Writing from the Zero Point.  (Click on Writing from the Zero Point for retreat information. This … Continue reading

A Little Freedom Can Go A Long Way

“ . . . Re-examine all you have been told at school or church or in any book, dismiss whatever insults your own soul and your very flesh shall be a great poem.” –Walt Whitman, taken from his Preface to Leaves of Grass Too often we live from our pain stories, while thinking and acting habitually. As a result, we carry more weight on our bodies than is healthy, are not active, cycle in and out of difficulty, find ourselves confronted with the same old problems (may be different faces but the same issue) and repeat and see the past. … Continue reading