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Featured Writer on Wellness: Tina Ann Forkner

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on May 10, 2017 2 Comments • views: 1274
Featured Writer on Wellness: Tina Ann Forkner

When I was younger, I would hear other writers talk about how sitting at their writing desk for long periods made their joints stiff. I couldn’t relate to their pain at the time, but now that I’m in my forties I know exactly what they were talking about. With all the demands of family and […]

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Featured Writer on Wellness: Tabitha Lord

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on August 2, 2017 0 Comments • views: 656
Featured Writer on Wellness: Tabitha Lord

As a young mom, I left medical school after only one year, unable to find the right balance in my life. When I found a job working in admissions and teaching Latin at the Waldorf School my kids’ attended, I was thrilled and committed. It perfectly suited my desire to be a hands-on parent and […]

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How to Maintain Creative Confidence During Holiday Visits

Filed in Who Supports Your Writing Dreams? by on December 11, 2017 2 Comments • views: 881
How to Maintain Creative Confidence During Holiday Visits

No matter your spiritual affiliation (or not), few would argue the fact that the holiday season is mostly about family. This is when we take time out of our busy schedules to reconnect with those we grew up with, as well as with our in-laws, extended family, and closest friends and loved ones. It’s what […]

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