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Curation Corner: focusmate.com
I just finished a short Getting Our Creative Minds Back for 2022 session hosted by Jill Badonsky.
One resource she shared: focusmate.com–Where life gets done, together™
Here’s a helpful four-minute video overview from the University of Waterloo.
— 3 free sessions per week. No credit card required.
— clear community guidelines
— use of behavioral triggers to achieve a flow state:
Specificity in task definition
If you feel mired in procrastination and self-doubt, why not give it a try?
My first appointment is this coming Friday. Will let you know how it turns out.
Reminder: No affiliate links. Just thought it might be something that might help you crank out the next best seller/mega-corporation/cinematic masterpiece.
Unplugging…a quote from Anne Lamott
What happens to writers when they unplug?
Am also posting this tomorrow on my retirerenew.com site.
Words of inspiration from Jill Badonsky
I have two of Jill Badonsky’s books: The Awe-manac and The Muse Is In
Until tonight, I had not opened this newsletter forwarded to me by my wife the same month I left my job almost two years ago. Just one of those emails that slipped by…
I hope the quote nudges you forward in your creative pursuits…
If you believe it’s time to give that creative calling inside of you a shot, honor it in some really small way today.
Start by asking “What do I love about my creative passion?” and “What one really small thing I can do to get started?”
Just asking these questions, even without having an answer, will begin to shift your energy toward the thoughts and actions that make it easier to get to your passion.
Once you light that fire, you will shine so brightly, there’s a chance one or two souls will stop their bickering and be inspired to do the same–you will be a catalyst of creative passion. — Jill Badonsky
Writers Horoscope for October 26: Intuition wins out.
Bravo. You actually followed your gut. [No, not to the fridge–well, not immediately.]
Instead, you raided your bookshelf.
You put down your pen and put up your feet.
It was time for a cozy dog mystery, a creativity daily devotional, and Charlotte’s Web.
You read for yourself.
You recaptured your inspiration and relished in the wordplay, the plot twists, and the comforting conclusions.
There is something to be said about not writing…