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7 ways you can embrace the energy of late summer to move forward with your projects and bring balance to your daily life. Even when you’re sick of the heat.
03. Not Allowing Anything to Have Dominion Over Your Creativity — Drink Less to Live Better ft. Sarah Williamson
In this episode, I’m chatting with sobriety coach Sarah Williamson, and y’all… I almost wish I was joking when I tell you how much of a difference deciding I no longer wanted to be “a drinker” has had on my creativity, energy, and mental health.
If you’re looking for the missing piece to what’s holding back your creativity, that extra glass of wine just may be it.
Okay, this is really exciting for me, but, you know what, this is my first real episode, and You got the nerves, you know, it’s kind of, um, exciting, but also potentially traumatizing. I guess we’ll find out. It’s like, um, if you’re one of those people who gets really hyped on public speaking, but you still get the tummy, , clenching feelings. It’s probably like that a little bit. So, all right, let’s dive in. So for this first real episode of the Dream Season, I wanted to talk to you guys about, The energies of each season and what, , themes, energy, elements, experiences, uh, vibes, colors, activities, emotions, imagery, and just overall creativity exists within each season.
Welcome to the dream season, a podcast for entrepreneurs, writers, and creatives of all kinds looking to finally find some balance in your life. So you can get back to enjoying the things you love and even the things you don’t love, but have to do anyway. I’m your host, Holly Ostara, and together we’re going to bring delight, inspiration, and sustainability to your creative flow. Okay, so I want you to know that even though this show has beautifully triumphant and maybe kind of relaxing openers, that this is not going to be one of those la di da podcasts where I’ve got it all figured out and you’re going to have to feel bad because you don’t yet.
The Central Dramatic Question of a story is the driving force behind that story. Without it, there is no force, and there are no turning pages. In general terms, the Central Dramatic Question provides a clear goal for the protagonist and sets up the stakes for the story, but what is it, really?
Organize all your messy novel writing ideas into a comprehensive, comprehensible blueprint that you can write from with ease and enthusiasm. The Fiction Writing Blueprint is the last tool you’ll ever need for planning, organizing, and writing your novel. Seriously.