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If you’re a writer or a creative, you’ve probably never thought about the fact self-care hacks might look a bit different for you. In today’s podcast episode, I interview Canadian YA author Tara Ross about specific self-care hacks for writers and creatives.
What? Self-Care Hacks for Writers and Creatives is Different?
It might surprise you to find out that writers and creatives need to pay special attention to their self-care routines, especially if they’re juggling their creative endeavors with a full-time job, family, or other important relationships. It makes sense though. I’m probably not the only one that has gone into a creative marathon in order to meet a deadline (or just follow my muse), and found myself feeling completely uncreative the following day.
In today’s podcast, I chat with Canadian author Tara Ross–a wife, mother, speech pathologist, and published author. Tara uses ten self-care hacks for writers and creatives to keep her energy AND her creativity flowing–no matter what the circumstances (hello, COVID-19).
Listen in and discover ways to keep YOUR energy level up and your creative juices flowing. If you’re a writer or creative, I’d also love to hear from YOU. What do you do to take care of yourself? Have your self-care habits changed at different stages of your writing or creative career?
You can find Tara on Instagram and watch her videos with stretches and exercises for writers and creatives!
You can also find her on her webpage, and on Amazon.
Come Back Next Week…
Have you ever wondered why sometimes you just. can’t. seem. to make changes or learn something? The next four episodes of Self-Care Hacks will help you understand the psychology of learning and making changes. Our ability to learn and make changes involves our mindset. If you’re like me, you’ll want to know why it seems as if sometimes you can change or learn, and other times you make no progress.