In this Episode, I had the pleasure to interview Emily Heidt.
Emily Heidt is an editor, writer, and writing coach. She has been featured in New Hampshire Magazine, The Mighty, and Boston Globe Magazine. She provides a safe space for budding and seasoned writers, creatives, and entrepreneurs to share their voices, stories, and authentic selves. She is a partner in co-creation and will meet her clients wherever they are in the creative process, whether that is brainstorming blog post ideas, outlining a book, discussing manuscript edits, or writing website copy.
Emily's mission is to empower writers with the authorship of their own unique story through creative catharsis. Her transformational creative work sets her apart in an industry focused on a result-first, process later approach. She lives on the New Hampshire Seacoast, and loves spontaneous dance parties, exploring local farmers markets while looking for gluten-free donuts and dahlias, and discussing all things "book-ish" with family, undoubtedly with a cup of lemon ginger tea in her hand.
She shared with us her challenges at a young child suffering from anxiety and digestive issues, and how her passion for writing was the way she was able to get through many challenges as a young child and when she most needed as a young woman going through grief and health issues that lead her to question about her diagnosis, empowering her to speak her voice and her truth.
This episode will empower and inspire you to start rewrite your own story.
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