Prioritizing Tasks + Taking the Next Step in Your Creative Process

"What is it that's holding you back? Is it the fear of not being able to succeed? Or is it simply the fear of not being able to love the creative work you do as much as you used to? Taking initiative is the most important constant in what allows me to remain productive even when it seems as [...]

Don’t Let the Stress Get the Better of You: “Working Through Your Stress and Maintaining Progression.”

"There is a healthy way to do just enough, even when you absolutely do not feel like doing anything. Or, when you're convinced that you can get it done later. Lately, I've managed to stay consistent. I leave my weekends as free as possible, picking up the slack throughout the week to make sure I am putting [...]

Recovering From a Stressful Week and Regaining Your Footing

"There are going to be times where things just seem to get a bit too overwhelming, and you're left not knowing how to continue juggling all of those things that are gnawing away at your mind. I didn't have the greatest time last week trying to deal with all of the things that just seem to [...]

Amidst The Blush of Literature: Author’s Acknowledgements + “Reticence”

AUTHOR'S ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: There was a certain sense of honeyed intimacy upon the comfortable flush of the poetry read on a slow morning, the kind that allowed you to recklessly drown in the idea of resolute romanticism, of the accidental curiosities that chisel away at our minds, and all of the reveries that fill our lungs, [...]

Maintaining a Productive Lifestyle and Finding Your Way Out of a Creative Rut

"I'm no stranger to falling quite deep into a creative rut for the mere fear of beginning again. I know what it's like to feel like you've lost your spark, that you'll never be able to write the way you used to, but if there's one thing you should know, it's that - there's a reason [...]