3 Ways Meditation Helps Me Write


3 – Releases Stress

There are two places I listen to meditations and that is one, on an app called Insight Timer and on Spotify. If my stress levels are high I will play one of the many meditations that I have fallen in love with. I am picky when it comes to listing to a section, so when stress is knocking at my door I’ll play a meditation on stress or one that has an ocean theme to help my stress levels.

App Insight Timer


2 – Creativity

On Insight Timer there are a few meditations to help get your creative juices flowing. I don’t use these ones as much as the others but once in a blue moon. I’ll come to a part in my writers where I can move on or my mind is over packed and by hitting play my mind will start mapping out a path for my creativity to follow.

1 – Feeling Low

If I’m not writing as much as I would like, or having finished something I need to; even if I slack at my blogging, I’ll start feeling bad. My self-esteem will become low and things are just sucking. But using a meditation about self-esteem, moving on, following your dreams, you can do it, and numerous like those, will get me back working. A pick me up, that kicks starts me back towards my work.

I enjoy listing to meditations that are about accepting yourself, following your dreams, relaxing, and creativity. Meditations are a health way to deal with stress, self-esteem and depression issues. Overall, meditations is a tool I use in my writing life and non-writing life. If you meditate, than how do you? An app, website? I would love to hear if and how meditation helps you write more!



Tea Tin Giveaway Enter Now!


Enter to WIN the complete tea tin collection just in time for the holidays!


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#NaNoWriMo Am I Ready?

NaNoWriMo starts in less than a day! Oh, my word! It’s knocking on our doors, and I know I’m not as ready as I would like to be but can you ever be? I don’t think so! Here is my list of things I do to get ready to write 50,000 in only a few weeks.

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What three books would I bring with me to a deserted island?

Let’s get this started by listing some rules, this will make deciding easier. First rule, only one book pre-series. Second, only one book pre-author. One book pre-genre. With the rules out of the way we can get started. What three books would I bring with me to a deserted island?

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Story Mash-Up: Chapter VII

storymashupiconStory Mash-Up is a collaborative story writing project where Eve, Joan, Trisha, Michelle, Ash, Vineeth and me take turns and write a story set in Hogwarts.

DISCLAIMER: Harry Potter is a trademark and a property of JK Rowling. The credits for some of the references present in this story belong to her. The words and the non-canon characters were created and therefore owned by the bloggers involved in this project.

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Story Mash Up (Heading to Hogwarts)


I’ve join up and am now part of Story Mash Up (the collaborative story writing project). I am happy to join. I love the Wizarding World and have been a fan of Harry Potter for years. I’ve written lot of different fanfic and story collaborative projects but never a Harry Potter one.  This is new to me and look forward to join in with this group!


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NaNoWriMo Post #2


It’s almost November first and I’m starting to freak out a little. Writing 50k in four weeks, 30 days; that’s 50,000 words!!!

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