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5 Daily Practices to Help You Write – Lizzie Harwood
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5 Daily Practices to Help You Write

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5 Daily Practices to Help You Write

Poetry reading

Poetry reading

I watched this TED Talk  and have started putting his five daily practices into action. Years ago, whilst doing a Meditation course in Paris, I used to write down things I was grateful for daily, but, I got lazy.

At the time I knew this sort of action worked and could actually make you happier, but I wasn’t sure what I wanted so didn’t know what kind of life to create or imagine for myself.

Watch the talk above. It’s funny and inspiring and maybe you’ll feel like putting Shawn Achor’s five suggested actions into action and we can all compare notes on how our lives change from doing it…



  • Jacqui

    No Ted Talk but the joke is cute.

    March 26, 2013 at 2:42 pm
  • kristin

    Hi Lizzie
    Loved the talk. Thanks for sharing.

    April 3, 2013 at 10:53 pm

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