It’s kind of like and ipad, but without all the apps, so every time I pick it up, I know I’m not going to get distracted. There’s no Twitter or Instagram or anything else for that matter. The surface is not backlit and so it looks more like paper, and the end of the “pen” is an eraser that works brilliantly.
Do I have to meditate every day? For how long? Is five minutes enough? These are questions I get all the time.
You can think of my Insight Timer library as April On Demand. Meditation for writers, as needed.
For my birthday last weekend, the kids got me this waterproof notepad for the shower. I love it, but I think the kids love it even more.
Deep as I am in the editing process, this idea is really resonating.
The fact that depression is real shouldn’t come as a shock to my fellow writers out there. Here are 5 ways I ward off depression when it comes knocking.
Back in the 13th century, the haiku was just the opening phrase of a much longer, oral poem called a renga.