The best writing tool out there.

I can feel my notebooks glaring at me as I tip tap away on my phone. They’re criticizing me for not being “authentic” to the writing experience of putting pen to paper.

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Switching to my phone not only lowered the pressure. It increased the creative flow.

I know a phone is an inanimate object with no agenda.

Evidently I have some shame around using a phone as my primary writing tool.

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The longer I was away from my laptop and notebooks, the bigger my anxiety grew about losing my ability to write.

Our creative processes, just like every process in life, changes over time. It’s our job to recognize that transition and adapt so we can move forward with self-acceptance and -compassion.

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