This post encourages writers to think positively about old work and take pride in their writing, whether it’s great or ghastly.
This post asks writers to make the distinction between short-term targets and long-term goals to improve productivity and make difficult deadlines more realistic.
Why creative writers should harness the power of Twitter and use it to meet other writers, make publishing contacts and promote their writing.
This guest post from Manuela Boyle looks at writers’ tools – the handy and sometimes indispensable things we all need to get the job done.
This post helps writers switch off their procrastination toolkit and switch on to more productive writing sessions.
The first of two posts designed to help writers set and work towards their writing goals. It encourages wordsmiths everywhere to aim high and be ambitious, but to always manage their expectations.
This post encourages writers to embrace their writing community, but find the courage to say ‘no’ when the pressure is on.
Ideas can hit writers at any time. This post suggests some super new writing surfaces to help you hang on to those moments of inspiration… whenever and wherever they strike!
In this, Write for Your Life’s first post, you’ll find out why all writers should bin their muses and learn to accept defeat when the words won’t come.
So, Write for Your Life is up and running – huzzah! Consider this a polite introduction to what the heck it’s all about and a quick look at what lies ahead.