Writing As a Way to Relax

Reilee Bach Painting The Letter

When we are young, we are taught to write because writing is a useful skill to have in life. As we grow up, we continue to write because we have to—think of school or university. After we’re done with school, we may have to do some writing at work. Maybe we never like writing. Maybe … Continue reading Writing As a Way to Relax

9 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Your Body

Do you have a body? Or does your body have you? Either way, I've put together a few facts about our bodies that I find interesting and worth the few minutes that you will spend reading this post. But let me warn you: some of them may make you uneasy! Fact: 95% of our decisions … Continue reading 9 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Your Body

Writing Like Breathing or Eating or Walking

Girl Writing Painting by Robert Tracy

If you could master any writing style, how would you want to write? Sparsely and vigorously, like Hemingway? Magically and enchantingly like Gabriel Garcia Marquez? Flamboyantly like Shakespeare? Tersely like those American crime writers? Impressionistically, like Chekhov? Playfully and inventively like Emily Dickinson? With your pen filled not with ink but with love, like Neruda? … Continue reading Writing Like Breathing or Eating or Walking