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Self-help for writers
Has 2020 killed your interest in making New Year's resolutions? Try this instead.
In this election season unlike any other, conscious self-care is more important than ever.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly everyone is experiencing loss in some form. You're not alone in yours—and there are reasons for hope.
You are entering a new and unfamiliar chapter of your life. Here's what I wish for you as you do so.
Use Marie Kondo's methods to find focus in your writing. Tidy home not required.
Are our phones making our lives better or worse? The answer: both.
Author and founder of Girls Who Code Reshma Saujani suggests in her new book that failing bravely, not striving for perfection, is the key to living your best life.
The "millennial burnout" conversation is going viral, but how does burnout affect writers and artists — and what's their secret weapon against it?
We are living in chaotic times. How can we reclaim a sense of control?
Not sure how to start a project—or anything new in life? Start by identifying what you don’t want it to be.
It’s been just over a year since our newest U.S. president was inaugurated, and many writers are still struggling to create again. Why? And what can we do?
Is “aim high” bad advice? How to set goals to make you happy, not stressed.
Studies show that "buying" ourselves time (rather than stuff) makes us happier. But what if we could be gifted time?
Why is beginning so often the hardest part of doing…well, anything?
Feeling frazzled by the firestorm of news and action since the U.S. presidential inauguration? These self-care tips may help.
Frustrated by what you've left unfinished this year? Here's why you should celebrate your incomplete work.
If writing and making art seem trivial right now, think again. They just became much more important.
Is election coverage on the news and social media stealing time from your passion project?
Kendra Levin is an editorial director at Simon & Schuster, as well as a coach, teacher, and the author of The Hero Is You.