Wednesday, July 19, 2017


We often think of writing as something we’ll really get to do later, when life slows down and we have more time to devote to it. Writing retreats, those programs or places that offer endless space to write and think, couldn’t be nicer. But we don’t have to wait for an official writing retreat to make a peaceful opening for writing in our daily lives. Not only that, we can use writing itself as a way to slow down and become more aware, so that our daily lives can become less hurried and cramped and more open and spacious. Mary Allen will share what she’s learned about creating everyday writing retreats as well as using writing to make the most of every vacation, retreat, and ordinary moment.

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