This week's stories - Oct 23 - 29
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Okay, this week I thought I’d move away from the fiction again and dive into some non-fiction articles I’ve written recently. A mix of stuff from writing motivation and inspiration, to psychology subjects and self care.
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This is kind of a rant, about how self care is kind of an overblown buzzword these days and people think it’s bubble baths and chocolate cake, and how all these inspirational/motivational quotes that the internet is overflowing with, isn’t necessarily a good thing.
This one I wrote after hearing about the tragic and sudden passing of one of the most beloved Creators on the Vocal writing platform. And, because I write/edit mental health articles on Psych2Go, I wrote an article similar to what I’d do for Psych2Go, to help support people during the grief they were experiencing after the death of this beloved man.
This piece was again inspired by the man who passed tragically when his farm burned down in France. He was an inspirational figure on the Vocal writing platform, and had a famous philosopher quoted on his profile, which inspired me to write this piece, basically.
This is one of my few articles (so far) written on Psych2Go, about a fascinating condition that I’ve been amazed by ever since I learned about it a few years ago. If I had to have a condition of some sort, I’d want to have a (positive) form of Synesthesia. It almost sounds like super powers to me! What do you think?
If you’re a writer of any sort, I’m sure you’ve experienced the dreaded writers block. Writers block comes when you don’t know the intention behind what you want to write, and your audience. So I’ve highlighted some tips to help you overcome this dreaded scourge to all writers!
I hope you’ve enjoyed these articles this week and that you’ll come back and read next week’s letter! If you’re not subscribed, and would like to, click the subscribe now button below. And you can leave a comment. Thanks for reading, and until next time, take care!