Writers need to write in order to be great writers. That’s obvious. But most of the time, writers have other hobbies that either inform their writing, clear their mind to write, or just keep them happy to move forward in their writing journeys.
Julia Cameron writes in her book The Artist Way, “In order to create, we draw from our inner well. This inner well, an artistic reservoir, is ideally like a well-stocked trout pond…Any extended period or piece of work draws heavily on our artistic well. As artists, we must learn to be self-nourishing. We must become alert enough to consciously replenish our creative resources as we draw on them—to restock the trout pond, so to speak.” Continue reading