Writer's Relief for Butterfly On A Broomstick: "Staying Positive: How Writers Can Use Positive Self-Talk"

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Let’s face it: Becoming a professional writer isn’t easy. In a career path where rejections are a guaranteed part of success, a positive outlook can be difficult to maintain. As writers, we know that our work won’t be accepted by everyone, but long periods without an acceptance can make us wonder, “Is my writing strong enough?”
Thoughts like these discourage writers from time to time, and it’s those thoughts that hamper our progress and chain us down with self-doubt. But what if we could use our thoughts in a different way? What if, by regularly reminding ourselves of our strengths and goals, we could empower ourselves to not only feel better, but write better?







black and white(via Books)

black and white(via Books)



workisnotajob:

Every great accomplishment in the world happened because someone decided not to give up. Every inspiring story starts with someone who decided to do something and kept going.

workisnotajob:

Every great accomplishment in the world happened because someone decided not to give up. Every inspiring story starts with someone who decided to do something and kept going.



(Source: amandaonwriting)



books are the perfect entertainment(via Lizz the Librarian: Book Musings)

books are the perfect entertainment(via Lizz the Librarian: Book Musings)



Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don’t feel I should be doing something else.
Gloria Steinem


6 rules of writing

6 rules of writing