It’s The New Times. I’d like to shift my creative writing to the present. Especially since I’m in a new place having just moved to southeast Wisconsin. I had a creative direction meeting with myself and wrote by hand for pages and pages, changed locations, wrote more, went for a walk, wrote more and went deeper. Did some Nia - and sat with the Move to Heal mantra-like question of self-care: What would feel better?
I'm leading a couple of my Write Your Life As A Woman online groups thru The Artist Way by Julia Cameron (room in Sun. 6-8pm ET staring Jan 31. DM for info). In one of her books she talks about having a TA-DA list at the end of the day of what you accomplished. Instead … Continue reading TA-DA Lists
To set the structure for the class, I created this contract. Most items apply well to life also! Write Your Life with T. Dean Adams Class Contract © I, _____________________________________________, on this ______ day of _____________, 20__, do bravely enter into this agreement, with myself, to treat myself to the soul-filling creative experience of a … Continue reading Write Your Life – class contract
This year as I celebrate 20 years of teaching Write Your Life as a Woman, I’m sharing some older articles and columns inspired by the class. Crocheting and Crying by T. Dean Adams This article originally appeared in skirt! magazine in 1998. For the past year I have had the urge to crochet. Though I rarely have maternal … Continue reading Crocheting and Crying