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Pathways to Writing Without Intimidation

 

Imagine you are in retirement and one of the top 100 bloggers in the world. I(gnore what you think of as Reality for a moment.)

See yourself completing your book. (Skip over the part where you start to write it.)

You know you have been one of the...

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Are you choosing to Block or Begin Your Book?

 

-Before you LOOK at these steps, start writing anything at all, EVERY DAY!

-Write a crap chapter, even!

-ANYTHING you write can become rocket fuel to ignite your writing and free your book!

Writing frees the flow that will bring forth your...

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How to Break the Blocks so you can Write in Retirement, Now!

 

Are you at a sticking point or feeling blocked- 

in your writing,

with your life in retirement,

with a relationship?

 

Follow these steps to clear the way with FORGIVENESS FIRST:

 

  1. In a place where you will not be...
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Self-Healing Secrets for Women Who Want To Write!

Listen. At any given time, there is a woman out there with as much life behind as ahead of her now. She has Wisdom to share,  and stories to tell. She may be looking at retirement; she may need to leave a soul-depleting job, she could be...

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How to Stop Suffering from your plan to write Some Day!

"The Feels" can become barriers and self-sabotage; food for The Resistance Monster hiding next to the manuscript in your closet! Perhaps you’re like me, looking at retirement (finally) and an empty nest as a pathway to (finally) writing that...

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Is Your Sleep FUBAR?

healing retirement sleep Mar 19, 2019

If sleep is elusive or excessive right now, don't worry! Sleep patterns are commonly interrupted after retirement and around the times of year when we move the clock forward or back.

Think of this time as a gift;

  • write down everything that's...
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How to Edit Your Story Like a New York Publisher

gifts retirement self-edit Oct 13, 2018

You have finished writing the first draft of your story, a version of your whole story from beginning to end. Now it is time to edit, to revise your words to make your story clear and...

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