Tag Archives: emotions

10 Ways To Lift Yourself Out of That Writing Funk

    Being in a funk comes with the writing territory. Because writers are already of the sensitive, angsty type, we are the first to fall into a depressive funk. At best, these funks slow us down and sap our motivation. At their worst, the blues can paralyze your creativity completely. You could be so … Continue reading 10 Ways To Lift Yourself Out of That Writing Funk

Why I Stopped Journaling And How It’s Made Me Happier and Healthier

Once, a long time ago, I thought that my journals had magical powers. Journals, were, since I had started writing in one at age 14, a place were all my feels (and believe me, I had a lot of feels) were safe. My journals were a place that I could take out my feels.  I could … Continue reading Why I Stopped Journaling And How It’s Made Me Happier and Healthier

Fall in Love with Your Characters (So The Reader Will Too) — A Guest Post By Jessica White

One of my favorite parts of writing is creating characters.  As a reader nothing makes me fall into a story faster than falling in love with a character.  It’s like meeting a new neighbor or making a new friend.  Even the antagonists are interesting to meet from the safety of my mind.   I love … Continue reading Fall in Love with Your Characters (So The Reader Will Too) — A Guest Post By Jessica White