Monthly Member Update: A Writer’s Guide to Self-Care

A woman soaking up the sun

Date: February 7, 2020
Time: 3pm, Eastern Time
Topic: Wellness
Presenter: Heather Robson

Just like anyone in any profession, writers need to take care of themselves.

When you’re running your own business, you can feel pulled in a lot of different directions — landing projects, delivering great work to your clients, marketing yourself, honing your skills, and keeping your business organized.

You also have people you want to spend time with, hobbies you enjoy, and chores to keep up with.

It’s easy to let things like getting enough sleep, staying fit, and eating well fall by the wayside. But it’s really important that you don’t. When you don’t take care of yourself, your health can suffer, and so can your creativity.

In this live Monthly Member Update, Heather Robson, will share some tips for integrating self-care seamlessly into your day. Join us to discover:

  • A fun easy way to add more movement to your day — even if you can’t fit in a workout.
  • When multi-tasking can actually work.
  • The role of boredom in self-care.
  • And a few other ideas for keeping yourself in great shape physically, mentally, and creatively.

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3 Comments

  • Hello!

    I just signed up as a platinum member. Not sure where to begin. Sorry this is a loaded question.

    Suggestions, please.

    • Hi Karen,

      Welcome to Wealthy Web Writer. What’s the biggest challenge you’re currently facing? That will help me give you some places to start on the site that will be relevant and useful to where you’re at now.

  • Hi Heather: I love the idea of writing with eyes closed and I am curious to try it out. I write my first drafts by hand to keep me from going into editing mode and love to play with different nuances in my environment. (Standing or sitting, natural light or candlelight, changing the colors of ink, locations.)

    Another fun experiment I am doing is writing affirmations with my non dominant hand.

    Dare Something Worthy, Jim Abbey

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