Tag: first draft
When I first heard about biohacking, my mind went straight to a utopia/dystopia science fiction world. However, it is much more down-to-earth and revolves more around aligning the body to both inner and outer conditions. For women, this includes the menstrual cycle. Syncing up with this cycle makes it possible to tap into the natural […]
Repetitive writing advice is to write what you know. When applied to writing a book it makes sense because you want the story to invoke confidence in the reader. A reader doesn’t want to read about details that give away how the author has stumbled her way forward. They want to be absorbed with what […]
Sometimes the preparation for a first draft reside a little too much in the left part of the brain. All this work I find fun but it does not take of if I also do not engage the right side of the brain before diving into writing the first draft. This part is a little less obvious and doesn’t figure as easily on a to-do list. Here I try to break it up anyway.