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Self-Care for Writers (Free Call, Dec. 4) 

Self-Care for Writers: Free Community Call
Sunday, Decmber 4th
4:00 - 5:00pm (ET)

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It seems that so many of us writers (and other creative types) are struggling right now. We may feel weighed down by political issues around the world. The holidays may be a time of grief or stress for us (even if they’re also mixed with joy). The roar of social media might make our heads swim. We might be wondering how to stay focused or inspired in the midst of what feels like so much sadness and discord.

I'm feeling the strain, too. One thing that helps me is staying connected to other writers and artists. 

So I'm hosting a free call this Sunday (December 4) called Self-Care for Writers. It's open to everyone at no charge. Let's come together for a simple hour of creative support and encouragement. 

Live Call: Self-Care for Writers
Date: Sunday, December 4, 2016
Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm (ET)
(That's 1pm Seattle; 4pm NYC; 9pm London)
Location: By phone
Details & Registration

I'll share some creative self-care tips. We'll have time to swap ideas and stories and spend a bit of time writing together. This will be a friendly and low-key call, designed to soothe our spirits and inspire our creativity. All writers, artists, and creative types are welcome. 

Full details about the call are available here. This event is presented by The Word Cellar Writers Guild, but you do not have to be a member to attend. This call is free and open to everyone. The more, the merrier. I really hope you can join us. 

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