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Lori's Blog on Books, Writing, and Creativity

Enjoy these articles on my books, writing in general, and the even broader topic of creativity. Although most have been written by me, I invite guests to contribute, too.

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The Power of Focus in Your Art

Lori Wolf-Heffner | December 9, 2016
Good stories, works of art, songs, dances, and everything in between need this...

Comfort Zones: Potential Danger for Artists, Writers, Performers, and Everyone in Between

Lori Wolf-Heffner | October 30, 2016
Comfort zones are those nice, cozy, warm, fuzzy parts in our mind that convince us to stay put. They have a purpose: respite. But like any spa, too much of…

Writing From Your Past

Lori Wolf-Heffner | June 18, 2015
A frequent source of inspiration is our past. You may feel inspired when you think about your high school prom, your first kiss, or the first memory you hold about…

6 Tips to Help You Get Some Creative Time With Kids in the House

Lori Wolf-Heffner | May 26, 2015
If you’re a parent, chances are you have to watch your kids while trying to schedule in some creative time for yourself. Sure, you can get down and dirty with…

7 Tips to an Enjoyable Journalling Ritual

Lori Wolf-Heffner | February 24, 2015
Journalling can be healing, fun, exciting, or a drag (especially if you set up too many expectations for yourself). If you’re looking to journal, here are a few tips to…

Journalling for almost 30 Years and Counting: Now What?

Lori Wolf-Heffner | February 6, 2015
I’ve been journalling for almost three decades and have just as many journals (30 of them). I travel down memory lane once in awhile, but other than that, they sit…

The Role of Positive Thinking in Creativity

Lori Wolf-Heffner | November 24, 2014
Positive thinking pops up once in awhile in my social media feeds. It seems a new trend is criticizing its usefulness, though I’ve also read other critics who say it’s empty, even harmful.…

Passion vs. Real Life

Lori Wolf-Heffner | September 6, 2014
There’s nothing more enjoyable about writing than finding out something new about yourself as you’re writing. In this case, I’m starting to question the validity behind the “follow your passion” philosophy…

Showing Your Kids What Work Is

Lori Wolf-Heffner | February 1, 2014
The hardest thing about writing as a job is that it looks the same as Facebooking, emailing, surfing, and reading. To a child, at least. Of course, it would help…

Inspiration isn’t What I Thought It Was

Lori Wolf-Heffner | January 17, 2014
The inspired writer, the inspired dancer, the inspired artist. The only time I’ve witnessed any kind of artist being inspired is in Hollywood scenes. You know what I’m talking about,…

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