A podcast for all writers (aspiring to professional) looking to find a healthy work/life/writing balance. Get the encouragement, honest advice, and inspiration you need to pursue your passion and write every day. Recurring themes include books, coffee, rainy days, truth, beauty, lasers, dinosaurs, and all of your other favorite things.
The Bulletproof Writer
We're constantly trying to move toward being better writers — but how do we make ourselves bulletproof against life? Is one particular system or another the answer... or is it, as we fear, impossible?
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Thank you as always for listening, and happy writing!
Taking Down Hustle Culture with Amie McNee - WNP 139
Are you ready to take on the Hustle Culture? Then tune in to this week's episode, where I get to interview fellow podcaster, novelist, and journal enthusiast Amie McNee! Together, we'll talk about transforming the narrative, choosing yourself, and finding your creative stride. Don't miss out!
Getting Into Flow - WNP 138
Have you ever experienced that magical moment when the words pour from your fingers and send you into a timeless creative zone? That's what I call flow, and this week's episode explores what it is and how to get there.
Creative Input & Output - WNP 137
Where do our ideas come from? How intentional are we about curating our input and inspiration — and how does it affect our creative output? Today, we’re exploring different types of creative input and how what we pay attention to affects our art.
Making Your Own Opportunities - WNP 136
If you've ever wasted time waiting for the perfect creative opportunity to come along, then you need to listen to today's episode! In it, we talk about what it takes to stop waiting for opportunities and start creating our own!
Too Afraid To Create - WNP 135
Like all creatives, I deal with the fear that comes with producing new things—and I don’t always deal with it well. This fear is the reason I haven't created a solo episode in weeks, and it might just be the reason why you're stuck in a creative rut right now. So tune in, and let's tackle the fear together!
Sarah Rhea Werner doesn’t shy away from the challenging topics. Is it easy to be a creative? Not always. Does creativity require hard work? Absolutely! Is it worth the effort to persevere? Without a doubt! I love this podcast and look forward to listening each week.
I started listening this afternoon while doing chores, and I began with Sarah’s “How to Prioritize Your Writing” episode (I am a fan of Sarah’s fiction podcast, and was delighted to see this one!) Not only does listening to her sound like having a chat with a friend over a coffee, her suggestions are actionable and insightful - she’s a smart lady, and she says super helpful things in a way that your ears will like. Awesome stuff.
A Happy Accident
I had a sudden desire to write- and being of the scientific mindset, wasn’t sure of how to begin. I stumbled upon the Write Now podcast in my search for guidance, tried it on, and binged my way through several episodes in short order. I love it. I am addicted. Thank-you Sarah for doing what you do, I am slowly finding my voice.