“We can only treat others with the same level of kindness that we give ourselves.” - Gail Straub, Author of The Rhythm of Compassion: Caring for Self, Connecting with Society
No matter who you are, there are many wonderful benefits to writing. Whether you’re making a gratitude list, journaling thoughts, or trying to work through all the noise in your head, writing can help fill your cup, gain clarity, prevent burnout, and come home to yourself through greater self-awareness.
Today, Creative Writing Wellness Coach, Speaker, and Author of several books includingWriting Alone Together, Inspiration For A Woman's Soul: Choosing Happiness, and Life Source Writing, Lynda Monk, joins us to share how creative writing for wellness became a part of her life, aided her career as a social worker, and how it has continued to be a critical part of her own self-care, self-love, and gratitude practices.
As you listen, Lynda shares her top tricks and tips on how to get started with your own creative writing or journaling, how to incorporate it into any moment of your day, and from where you can gather the inspiration to write. Even if you’re exhausted at the end of the day, you can easily participate in this daily practice through various ways that will benefit both your mental and physical health.
Find out how writing can help you have greater gratitude and intention, become more conscious and curious about yourself, and improve your attitude and stress levels.