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The words Morning Pages over a photo of a notebook covering a copy of The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron

4 Reasons to Write Morning Pages

The Morning Pages are one two basic tools introduced in the book The Artist’s Way. The author, Julia Cameron, describes them as “an apparently pointless process.” Cameron claims this “pointless” process is so important that she suggests purchasing a new notebook for the sole purpose of this exercise as a way of commemorating the beginning […]

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Lessons Learned from Losing NaNoWriMo

I didn’t win. I didn’t even come close. NaNoWriMo got the better of me, but I am better for it. I started out on the first of November determined to win. My strategy was to write no less than 2,000 words per day so that I would even be a bit ahead of the daily

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Are you a Drifter

Maybe We look at Hard Decisions Wrong

I have a tough time with hard decisions. I overthink every pro and con and often err on the side of safety. One of the traits people often say I possess is a level head on my shoulders, so even though I really would like to select the more daring option, I don’t. It isn’t

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Welcome to EverydayScribe

I recently told someone, “I have too many interests for my own good.” It’s true! I am interested in so many things that I have a hard time finding one thing I am passionate about. That said, I have always identified myself as a writer. One thing I can truly say I am passionate about

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