Episode #59: Nurturing Creativity in Our Children with Nina Meehan

Over the past year, with schools and daycares closed, parents and kiddos have spent far more time together than they might normally. And while this has been challenging, Nina Meehan who works with families on developing a creative mindset has viewed it as an opportunity. In this conversation Nina shares what that mindset is, how…

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Episode #58 – What is Voice in Writing?

If you’re a writer, you’ve heard of “voice.” Normally, we think of voice as something that’s showcased on shows like American Idol. But that’s not the only place it’s important. It’s also really important for writing an interesting piece of writing that people actually want to read. So what is it? How do you develop…

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Episode #54 – Writing with Chronic Illness, an interview with Stephanie Harper

Stephanie Harper recently published her debut novel, Wesley Harper Goes Outside. Both Stephanie and her main character, Wesley, struggle with chronic conditions, and in this interview, Stephanie shares her insights on writing despite her own limitations as well as how she developed Wesley, a character who struggles with anxiety, PTSD, and agoraphobia. In this episode,…

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Episode #53 – How to Start Journaling

A regular journaling/soul writing practice can be one of the MOST beneficial practices for supporting and maintaining an active creative life. I’ve been a dedicated journaler for well over a decade. It’s a practice that sustains me emotionally, mentally, and creatively. Listen in to learn how you can begin your own regular, journaling practice. Here’s…

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Episode #52 – To get Creative, Own Your Weird with Jeff Harry

Jeff Harry is all about play, about following your joy and your curiosity to have fun and create what only you can create. This was such a fun conversation with an expert in play and positive psychology. Play and creativity go hand in hand, in fact, they’re really hard to separate. In this episode, you’ll…

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