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Ep 32 – Let Go to Love It – Drama and All with Pamela Lynch

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Ep 32 – Let Go to Love It – Drama and All with Pamela Lynch

January 20, 2021

Ep 32 – Let Go to Love It – Drama and All with Pamela Lynch

Are you getting upset about the way you write notes, blogs, research papers, and keep on writing during your gloomy day?

We are not all perfect, it’s OKAY👍

Self-expression through writing is not only expressive of your knowledge but also therapeutic.

We can write more than just for necessity.

Becoming an author sets us apart.

This is just like accepting that you might have days that you feel down and that you should be further along by now.

Don’t ever let your emotion affect your ability to work on progress, and there are days that we feel so much creative that we hit 5,000 words for a day, trust the process– all of it.

Be mindful, just let things happen.

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