It's a wonderful art form, and yet we often put so much pressure on our writing it can feel like a strange form of torture.
You might have started out writing because of your love of this art form, your love of literature, or your joy of self-expression.
However, the second you sit at the page, you forget the wonderful things, and you get overwhelmed by your fears and worries.
Writing isn't what you thought it would be, and this is exceptionally disappointing.
Maybe you've read quote after quote on Instagram from great novelists who say writing is just torture and there's nothing you can do about it.
I respectfully disagree with these greats.
Yes, writing can certainly be challenging, but it doesn't have to be harsh.
It is entirely possible to create a safe, kind space to access your natural creative rhythm, to unlearn traditional models of productivity, and to write in a way that feels good.
It is a step-by-step process, where you will be:
"Normally when I hit a block in my writing I just force myself to push through and try to write for hours. It's painful, and I don't make much progress. With Write In Peace I was able to relax, recalibrate my process, and find an easy flow within half an hour. It completely changed my writing process, and I can't wait to do it again."
Follow along using the online course, printable document, or audio download.
Go somewhere that feels safe to you during your 2 hour retreat. Wrap yourself in blankets, go into nature, have a cup of hot chocolate at the ready.
These 2 hours are about giving yourself a luscious way to connect to your inner creative flow and write with peace and ease.
Emma is a writer and writing coach. She's a committed blogger and is currently working on edits to her first novel. She graduated with her Bachelor's degree in English from the Honor's Program at the University of Massachusetts, where she wrote her thesis on the power of story during hard times. She has completed Martha Beck's Life Coach Training and is an endorsed Soul's Calling Coach. She is a life long learner in the craft of writing, most recently completing courses on fiction writing and plot development through WritersHQ. Her most recently completed writing project is her online course, Find Your True Self Again.