Tag: Writing

Practice makes progress, how to let go of perfection

How to ditch the burden of perfectionism and instead go with practice for progress – the vital ingredient to keep you moving along and enjoying the process

Lessons from lock-down, creating a Self-Care SOS List!

As I’ve been doing lock-down a while now, I just thought I’d share what’s getting me through it, it’s my own Self-care SOS list!

Poetry Practice to help you Process

How poetry practice can help you process difficult times and emotions, whilst also helping you to relax, by using your creative skills and getting into the flow-state of mind.

Connecting with shared conversations

Ever thought about starting your own podcast? Shared conversations have never been more important to keep connected. Read how the Two Northern Lasses got started and see if this could be the creative outlet for you.

Cherish those home comforts…

Writing about home comforts as we all hunker down to beat this virus. Staying at home isn’t all bad, it can be our sanctuary…and we simply need to do this!

Write; Lets get back to it!

The tinsel has gone and pine needles sticking less and less to my socks….It’s time for me to set my new writing goals! Whose going to join me? Plus a look at the tools I use to help me with planning! Lets do this!

Special places = Special writing

Tips on how to use the special places in your life as a way to create extra special writing…

A little poetry practice, to soothe the soul…

A little poetry practice to soothe the soul…some simple tips to get you started and enjoy a little creative time, plus my very own poetic take on keeping a watchful eye on the seasons…

The most inspiring evening – Holly Tucker interviews Mark Constantine for her Podcast Live

If you’ve been reading my Blog for a while, you’ll know by now that I am a huge fan of Holly Tucker’s podcast ‘Conversations of Inspiration.’ Holly Tucker MBE founded ‘Not on the Highstreet’ 13 years ago and is now the UK Ambassador to…

How Photography can lead to creative joy

  Last week I dared myself to enter the BBC Countryfile photo competition, partly just to try but also to make me look for the unusual a little bit more when I’m taking my photographs every day. Whilst on that mission, it made me…