A couple of months ago, I created a logo for this blog. When it came to the idea of a tagline, I paused and thought about the 400-odd posts I’d written in this space.
Across fiction, non-fiction, blogging tips, writing tips, poetry, gratitude posts, the one thing that stuck out was this: I always want to be writing from the heart.
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All of us have that special piece of our lives, don’t we? It’s anything or any moment that makes us feel right at home. It’s a sense of comfort that cannot really be explained, but just feels right, in your bones, where it matters. Continue reading “A sense of comfort and a place like home”
No, I am not going to give a spiritual talk. Please don’t run away just yet. To be fair, I may be pretty good at a spiritual talk and then you may regret having missed it.
Anyway, the reason for this post is because that’s what I have been practising for the last few months and technically, for the better part of this year. Do you recall when you first started blogging? Many years ago? I do. It was 11 years ago and I wrote a post about it right here, on this blog, if you recall.
Continue reading “Practising the art of Detachment as a Writer”