From Publishers Weekly
Sometimes, even the most creative people feel "stuck"-they battle writer's block, wrestle with a family problem, or struggle with feelings of burnout. Wright offers 60 shrewd tips on moving forward during these times, from the simple (read a different newspaper, change your routine) to the spiritual (pray, look to God for inspiration) and the joyful (sing, feast, and get naked, though not necessarily all at once). Wright's suggestions are helpfully grounded in her own experience as a novelist who leads retreats on creativity and spirituality. The book is designed so that it can be picked up at random, and readers can choose whether to implement quick tips that take just a few moments, or work on larger issues such as nurturing colleagues, confessing their own faults, and forgiving themselves. Wright's voice is gentle yet honest as she urges readers forward toward greater fulfillment.
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“Vinita Hampton Wright’s gentle and wise voice provides a multitude of ways to get fresh perspective on the joy of growing up.”
–Veronique Vienne, author of The Art of Doing Nothing