Unlike, say, baking a cake or knitting a sweater, writing is a type of creativity that truly demands something from nothing. It starts with your brain and a blank screen (or sheet of paper if you like to kick it old-school), and ends with... absolutely anything you can imagine. But no pressure.
The feeling of a carefree getaway can’t last forever, and before you know it you’ll be in the full swing of work, family, errands... life. But that doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to those vacation vibes. Capture the essence of vacation in a mindfulness journal, and your writing can transport you back to your happy place whenever you need a pick-me-up. These four prompts will get you started.
Ah, the holidays, the most wonderful, insane-with-a-capital-I time of the year. This past season, a Google calendar, a bunch of apps and hastily scrawled Post-It notes kept me organized in theory, but, in practice, these tools just added to the info overload.