I’m in Maui this week, on a family vacation I’ve long been anticipating for all the things Hawaii conjures up: relaxation, letting go, even inspiration. But for too-busy people, letting go can be a lot like detoxing, and instead of feeling inspired, I’ve felt unexpected longings—for things I’m not doing in my life, for the space I don’t have, for all the ways I wish I could slow down a life that feels like it’s moving to fast.
Writers I work with often hit blocks. We all know the concept of writer’s block. Simplistically, it means you’re having trouble writing. The inspiration isn’t coming. But really, it’s that your well has run dry. And in my experience with writers, a well running… Continue